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Worlds Intertwined Golda Fruc Brunhild

Worlds Intertwined

Golda Fruc Brunhild

Published July 15th 2010
ISBN : 9781453526798
Paperback
386 pages
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WORLDS INTERTWINEDBrunhild writes a brilliant family saga, with themes of love, loss, courage and triumph. Her psychological study of two families, with matriarchs from opposite sides of the socio-economic spectrum, demonstrates the characterMoreWORLDS INTERTWINEDBrunhild writes a brilliant family saga, with themes of love, loss, courage and triumph. Her psychological study of two families, with matriarchs from opposite sides of the socio-economic spectrum, demonstrates the character strengths carried down through the generations. As she weaves this colorful family saga, you are drawn into their fascinating stories with the descriptive tales of hardships and celebrations.This memorable tale honors tradition and history, as both families struggle with transition and adjustment to eventually find the balance of humor and compassion to survive any hardship. It is truly a remembrance of times gone by, and of the enduring history that contributes to the people we become. As you grow familiar with these lively characters and the rich tapestry of memorable events which contribute to the families foundation and growth, you will feel as though you have known them forever. I highly recommend this book as a catalyst for you to become inspired to explore and discover your own family history as you are enmeshed in Worlds Intertwined!Laura Pinkham, LCSWEducator and Clinical Social WorkerFamily, Mishbucha, Familia, Family forms and informs us about whom we are and the impact we have on neighbors, villages, cities, countries, and entire civilizations. Family is the glue that holds us all together.Worlds Intertwined by Golda Fruchter Brunhild is a thoughtful, loving story about two families-their struggles, endurance, sacrifices, and compromises. Ultimately, however, its central importance is the relationship of each member to the social unit as a whole. As I read, I shed tears, laughed, was horrified, and delighted by this personal narrative and its vividly described characters. They were real.Ms. Brunhilds book is an indescribable legacy for her family and descendants. I would wish all could be so fortunate as to know the history of our parents and grandparents past. Maybe her book will be an impetus to others to cozy up to their laptop, computer, legal pad, or notebook and begin writing their memories to share with their families. I am so grateful that she has chosen to also share them with her readers.Rebecca Stone, M.S., Community DevelopmentUniversity of Maryland.(And single mother of an adopted special needs son.)