Returning is about asking hard questions. Many of these questions have never been asked until now, perhaps, because we’ve been too frightened of learning the answers. But the time has come to ask those questions.
"We became voiceless keepers of other peoples’ stories, left on our own to decipher secret words, whispered names, and half sentences. Now, I have found my voice." Chaya Rosen, a daughter of survivors, was born in Poland. She was raised in Israel during its early years of becoming a nation. As an adult she was educated and married raising her family in New York and several other states on both the east and west coasts. Her multi-cultural background, heavily influenced by the post-Holocaust era, and a childhood in Israel, led to Judaic Studies as well as teaching lecturing and writing poetry of spiritual healing and memory, as it impacts the post Shoah generation. Chaya holds a BA in Communication from the University of Colorado and a Masters of Science in Management from Rivier College, New Hampshire. Published books: In the Shadow of God Streaming Light Scattered Stones
Recent articles by Chaya Rosen
I am the driftwood
floating from where I’ve been
to where I long to return