Thursday, January 31, 2013

Lost and Found, Stories of Hope and the Human Heart

I have always wished their would be something truly uplifting on television; this is it, and watch it.

These two women were once girls who survived the Holocaust. Their respective families saved their lives by putting them on a ship to America to escape certain death, never to see their loved ones again.

They became instant and inseparable friends, who had only one another to relate an impossible reality.

Upon arrival in the U.S. they were adopted by different families and never saw one another again. Miraculously, by the determination of a group of teenagers in the Midwest, they are reunited more than 70 years later, a lifetime.

OWN network, thank you for offering this profound series, Lost and Found, which not only reveals the depth, constancy and unstoppable power of the human heart, but breathes the presence of a universal connectivity, a unified field, the pulse of us all.

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