A while ago I posted an article about Finding the Gift in Every Experience. The video interview that I am attaching here goes so far beyond my slight, by comparison, inconvenience and yet the message is the same.
Alice Herz-Sommer, an accomplished pianist and a Nazi concentration camp survivor, was born in Prague in 1903 along with her twin sister, Mariana. In this wonderful interview conducted by Anthony Robbins, she explains, at the age of 108, how she looks on her experience in the concentration camp as a gift and credits her long life to being born optimistic. At the age of 104 she published a bestselling book: A Garden of Eden in Hell.
“Hatred eats the soul of the hater, not the hated.”
~ Alice Herz-Sommer
Enjoy the video!