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This week’s episode is inspired by Dr. Edith Eger. In 1944, when Edith was a teenager, she experienced the unimaginable horror of the Holocaust.  As a Jew living in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe, she and her family were sent to Auschwitz, the heinous concentration camp.  Her parents and fiance were killed by the Nazis, and she witnessed horrific crimes against humanity as a prisoner at Auschwitz. Despite this unimaginable trauma and suffering, Dr. Eger was able to lead a remarkable life after the war.  She moved to the United States, started a family, got her doctorate in Psychology, and is still inspiring so many at the young age of 93 years old. As part of a recent book tour, Dr. Eger often shared how she was able to give herself the gift of forgiveness.  We thought that was such an interesting idea — usually when you think of forgiveness you are forgiving the person who wronged you.  But Dr. Eger looks at forgiveness differently, and we thought it was a very important lesson for Big Dreamers, young and old, to learn.  Thank you Dr. Eger for the gift you have given to the world, and for teaching us that you don’t have to forget in order to forgive.   For our show notes, visit DreamBigPodcast.com/250


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