Miracles : the extraordinary life of Frieda Bassman; one woman's inspiring account of courage, faith, and hope / by Michael Lesher and Malky Feig.
- Miracles : the extraordinary life of Frieda Bassman; one woman's inspiring account of courage, faith, and hope / by Michael Lesher and Malky Feig.
- Lesher, Michael
- Nanuet, NY : Feldheim Publishers, 
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- Feig, Malky
- xxviii, 368 pages : illustrations; 24 cm
- "Frieda Bassman was a survivor of both the terrible Churban and a difficult life. Brought up in pre-war Europe in a small town high in the Carpathian Mountains, she skillfully wove the lessons that she had learned into her daily life and interactions with others. She didn't preach these lessons - she lived them. And if she felt a need to share the messages, she did so with a story, a wink, and a cup of coffee (with a slice of chocolate cake). Her Mameh's potatoes were a lesson in giving - and living to give. The Dayan'ke was also a lesson in giving - and receiving so much more. The lumpen glaizlach were her lesson in doing the right thing when it should be done; and Urtze's shidduch story was her favorite expression of hashgachah pratis. Her stories attracted people like a magnet, and as she told them, her fascinated listeners discovered that she was her story. Now the captivating account of her extraordinary life can continue to inspire many generations to come"--jacket.
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