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Presentation Given on One of My Novels and on One of My Storybooks By Cheryhl Freier


Posted by cheryl - March 23rd, 2016

Excerpts from the presentation: “The Holocaust will remain forever an indelible blotch of cruelty in history, one that unfortunately cannot be erased or corrected. It can only be told about and it must be talked about for it then becomes a deterrent for it happening again. Stories of struggles must be told from generation from generation. Stories of survival must be told over and over again so that the Holocaust never happens again.

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Cheryl’s Column: On This Date In History


Posted by cheryl - May 29th, 2015

On this date in history and in the beginning of WWII, Adolph Hitler gave the orders for mobilization of over 95 divisions of soldiers to prepare for the conquest of Czechoslovakia.

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Cheryl’s Column: On This Day In History


Posted by cheryl - May 28th, 2015

On this day in history in the year 1940, the British and the French began their evacuation of the City of Dunkirk. This was during World War II. The history of this evacuation is a memorial to men who triumphed over tragedy in the bloody campaign to fight against the Nazis. There would be other evacuations of cities in this war. The war raged until its fires were finally extinguished by the fighting men who fought under the command of General Patten.
For some more interesting thoughts on the spirit of the fighting American soldiers and the spirit of the partisans who bravely defended many cities in Europe, read Cheryl Freier’s novels on the Holocaust on the website: www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com. Read Cheryl Freier’s fifth novel, Echoes Resounding From The Past Hidden Truth Poems.

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Sing Along With My Husband On This Holiday Season For His Spirit Is With Us


Posted by cheryl - April 1st, 2015

For the holiday season,people all over world should listen to my husband’s singing of Passover songs. It is the biggest treasure. Read some of his story. He was a young boy in Nazi Slovakia. Cheryl Freier

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Some Pearls Of Wisdom By Cheryl Freier www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com


Posted by cheryl - February 23rd, 2015

Hidden Truth Poems Can Be Sayings From The Fathers
Written by Cheryl Freier www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com
Saying From Biblical Times
In Biblical times, the famed Rabbi Akiba had many disciples. One of his disciples was
Ben Azai. Ben Azai was known for saying: “Despise not any man and regard nothing as impossible; for you find no man who has not his hour, and no thing which has not its place” This was indeed visions and words of wisdom. It was what is also called hidden truth poems. (The Ethics of the Talmud Sayings of the Fathers By R. Trafers Herford)
Read Cheryl Freier’s Books
Visit Cheryl Freier’s website: wwwthegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com and read her latest novel, Echoes Resounding From The Past: Hidden Truth Poems, and read her latest storybook: the Morning’s Glory: The Light.

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Following The Pope’s Advice In His Recent Homily By Cheryl Freier,author/illustrator–listed on major booksites


Posted by cheryl - June 22nd, 2014

Following The Pope’s Ideas
In the recent address to the people that the Pope made, I was very impressed with his statement that persons who do evil harm to others should be excommunicated from the Church. I was very impressed with the Pope’s integrity and hopefully his homily will cause evil doers to desist from these harms.
Cheryl Freier is the author of The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems, which is a novel which tells the story of her husband’s plight in Nazi Slovakia. My husband, who was as a young boy— a survivor of the Nazi Holocaust in Slovakia, often said that if enough people had stood against Hitler in the beginning, there would have been much less hardship and dying during WWII.

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