The Holocaust Monument in Boston, a walk-through sculpture, bears this inscription of a concentration camp survivor:
Ilse, a childhood friend of mine, once found a raspberry in the camp and carried it in her pocket all day to present that night to me on a leaf. Imagine a world in which your entire possession is one raspberry and you give it to your friend. (Gerda Weissman Klein)
This site is dedicated to a way of thinking that appreciates the glimmers of light, the traces of grace, the moments of joy — amidst the dark, the pain, and the heavy realities of life. In these moments of life we find the generosity, kindness and compassion of the human spirit, indeed the divine character.