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This book will make you think about forgiveness in ways that you may never have before.
The Sunflower by Simon Wiesenthal is a book that has the power to change your life, and to think about the act of forgiveness in a very deep way.
I have so many pages marked; my hope and prayer is that whoever reads this review will want to read the book themselves.
What an extraordinary account of first the incident and second the comments of people on whether or not Wisenthal did the right thing by denying the dying Nazi soldier forgiveness. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Linda Levy
I found the original story heartbreaking and so thought provoking. The essays show so many paths to individual truths. I have a better understanding to each. Read morePublished 8 days ago by reader/teacher
A must read for anyone interested in ethical dilemmas and the holocaustPublished 9 days ago by Allie Brazelton
Moving. Stirring. Provocative. This book asks one of the largest questions in life and then requests major thinkers, mostly theologians, to weigh in. Read morePublished 20 days ago by William N. Confer PhD
Simon Wisenthal asks us to examine our own hearts and what forgiveness is and when it is to be offered. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Montara
very interesting read. you should follow it up with Jodi Piccoult's The Storyteller.Published 29 days ago by lbdlbd