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Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on religion & holocaust Paper must be at least 1250 words. Please, no plagiarized work!
Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on religion & holocaust Paper must be at least 1250 words. Please, no plagiarized work! Religion was not wishful thinking. She had a special religious vocation which was beyond the understanding of the times and a little bit more comprehensible today. "Fear created the first Gods". Perhaps, Etty considered that fear also took spirituality away from most. "Moreover, life itself contradicts the most basic of human aspirations: to live without suffering and cruelty because most are not prepared in "healing the soul". Life requires work on the soul. This sounds trite as a phrase but it was her aspiration in turning suffering and cruelty into an experience where some benefit could beget. She made a transition in 1943, as she actually felt it was not fair that she did not share the suffering of others and volunteered to be transferred.
There are different explanations of the Holocaust but not like Etty Hillesum. Her diaries written from 1941-1943 give an incredible outlook to how one young woman dealt with the atrocities from looking within. She shared her inspirations with others. She inspired many.
Ester Hillesum was born in the Netherlands on January 15, 1914. She died in Auschwitz November 30, 1943. One of the most influential people in her short life taught her the value of looking within for the necessary answers of one's problems. Julias Spier, a psycho-chirologist, studied with Carl Jung the technique of analyzing the lines of the hand. Etty met him in 1941 at a conference and then in therapy. He showed her the value of writing as a part of her therapy. In her letters, she refers to him as .S. Etty became his good friend and secretary.
She continued writing her diaries for 3 years. They are written in the forms of letters representing a spiritual journey. She wished to become a journalist if she made it after the war. S woke the God in her. She saw that God was omnipresent in all aspects of life.