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Download ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ã Edith EgerOry and your wisdom Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher or providing me with an advance copy of The Choice or review I enjoyed it the publisher or providing me with an advance copy of The Choice The Battle of Bretton Woods – John Maynard Keynes, Harry Dexter White, and the Making of a New World Order for review I enjoyed it much I purchased a copyrom as a gift Wha can I say about this beautiful book In simple but CLEAR AND HONEST WORDS EDITH EGER TELLS A and honest words Edith Eger tells a story utter horror and ear and how she survived it and then the perils of her survivalEger s message is similar to than of her onetime mentor Victor Frankl how you understand hardship and tragedy will determine not only how you survive but whether you can stay sane and La Descente aux enfers de la finance forge meaning out of it Without denying the deep hurt andear we have to The Economics Book: From Xenophon to Cryptocurrency, 250 Milestones in the History of Economics find ways to embrace humanity in the midst of tragedy If we refuse to searchor meaning to create meaning then we surrender to the Guide complet de l'analyse technique pour la gestion de vos portefeuilles boursiers forces of darknessAlmost every sentence is a little gem clear andull of poetic truths This is the only way this story could be told with a radical kind of directness and honesty I had the HONOR TO MEET Dr Egerthis is a must read CFA Program Curriculum 2020 Level I for everyone She was such a beautiful woman inside and out Made everyone she meteel so specialShe is amazingI cannot say enough great things about herso humbleand I was humbled to meet herShe is such an amazing and sharp public speaker it was great to hear her talk to a auditorium Réussir en bourse grâce aux chandeliers japonais full of middle school children. E infamous Josef Mengele When the camp isinally liberated she is pulled University of Berkshire Hathaway: 30 Years of Lessons Learned from Warren Buffett Charlie Munger at the Annual… from a pile of bodies barely aliveThe horrors of the Holocaust didn't break Edith Inact they helped her learn to live again with a life affirming strength and a truly remarkable resilience The Choice is her unforgettable story It shows that hope can lower in the most unlikely places. Hope you do you will understand the extent of her personal suffering
Not Only What Sheonly what she in Her Youth But As An youth but as an coming to terms with everything she lost and inding a way to let it be her strength instead of imagining what her life would have been had it not been interrupted by the cruelty and injustice of the Holocaust I can not 10½ Lessons from Experience: Perspectives on Fund Management find the words to describe the depth of her compassionLife is about choices and I am guilty of the destructive thinking that Dr Eger drescribes in the book In my Midewestern upbringing I was raised to take responsibilityor my choices I pride myself in this responsibility What this book has made me realize that often in my experience this has been a punishing idea there are choices and there are conseuences But life is not that simple there are choices and choices Often we choose to punish ourselves In doing so we are imprisoning ourselves with our own beliefs of not China's Rise and the New Age of Gold: How Investors Can Profit from a Changing World feeling worthy aear of making a bad choice The author is open about choices she made in her own life and that they may not have been the best ones Everyone suffers Everyone has endured the conseuences of their own poor choices But to live our best life we must continue to make choices instead of allowing ourselves to be imprisoned by our pastThank you Dr Edith Eva Eger or sharing your st.
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