It was with a sorrowful heart that we received the news that our dear Marta Dittrichová left us on the Sabbath.
Mrs. Marta told us: „I come from a mixed marriage. My parents divorced in 1932. My mother was called to Cn Transport to Terezín on 17 January 1943. On 26 January 1943, she continued from Terezín to Auschwitz, where she later died in a gas chamber. My mother only brought us up in her younger years, but her wisdom and philosophy of life got deep into our hearts and souls. It stood for a source of energy that helped us overcome emotions and hardship in our later lives. She gave us so much love that we could share it forever. The meaning of life is to keep our hearts open to everything that is human in its character, including disappointment, loneliness, sickness and death…If you are thirsty for life, everything is possible, though, there must be God’s help and strong will…”
Marta Dittrichová was a source of energy, love and deep understanding for us. May her soul be bound up in the bond of eternal life. May her memory be a blessing.