Being the child of a Holocaust survivor can be difficult.

Who could possibly understand the horrific experience?

But one woman from the northern suburbs learned a lesson in forgiveness that could be helpful for anyone living with fear, anger or resentment.

Karen Kaplan shares her experience in a new book: “Descendants of Rajgrod: Learning to Forgive.”

Larry Potash has the full story.

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    FEBRUARY 2015     Rabbi Len Zukrow     While Karen Kaplan writes very personally of her journey – growing up as the child of a survivor, suffering from her father’s ill will toward her and the terror of a robbery she brings us to forgiveness – the most challenging of human behaviors and emotions. She ...more

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