Stories of my Grandmother

It’s a story that tells of happiness and sadness in an honest way – with a little added ‘‘spice’’.

Could it be different? Yes! If I were to be born once again. We can use our reason to examine our unconscious beliefs and values.
This girl’s life journey becomes intensively meaningful throughout each year spent at her Grandmother’s house on summer holidays. Her journey, listening to her Grandmother’s real stories, makes her understand how things could be sad, happy, magical. Even more, she makes an astonishing discovery about her Grandfather, Zintz Wilmos, and his sacrifices during his mysterious life-challenging time in the war.
This book is reassuring, educative and moving. It’s a story that tells of happiness and sadness in an honest way – with a little added ‘‘spice’’. Love and respect for her Grandparents with an uplifting brilliance. It will make you think back in tears of nostalgia. But most of all, it will make you believe in the eternal power of a family’s love. It exposes the flaws in these ways of thinking, and in return poses challenging but stimulating questions about how we might allow ourselves to flourish and to live more consciously.
A friendly, approachable, and compulsive narrative that will make you want to start your own journal recounting your childhood memories.

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