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A deeply personal, beautifully simple and inspiring memoir. This joint work is written by two women separated by four generations.
Minnie Crane lived through two world wars, pandemics and the Great Depression. Thirty years after her death her tale is brought to life in a way only her great-granddaughter could do. Minnie came from an extremely humble beginning and made huge A deeply personal, beautifully simple and inspiring memoir.
Minnie came from an extremely humble beginning and made huge sacrifices.
Her telling account sheds light on the story of Belitsa, a little town in Russian, now part of Belarus, a Jewish community obliterated by the Nazis. Are they everything to you, can you never part with them?
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Have they become your God? Jesus is wanting to dig deeper into the theology of what our relationships are with the materials of this world. Though it is good to have things, what is better is to understand that they are just things and that our goal is to love one another and to build up the kingdom of God. A kingdom in which there is no place for such idolatry of material things. Reflection: What is my relationship with the things that I have?
Lord God, thank you for today and everyday.