One life, two choice: hate or forgiveness? Which one will you choose?
From childhood to adulthood, a father I sometimes likened to Hitler, bombings, fear, starvation, and emotional despair from ever feeling loved, find out through my story which choice I will make.
"A strong story written by a strong woman, yet at the heart of her story is grace and mercy and love. If you have any disappointments in your life, I recommend this book for healing and encouragement."
--Honorable J. Gary Pate, Circuit Court Judge, Retired Tenth Judicial Circuit of Alabama
Rosemarie Reinhard Musso is currently a practicing family law attorney who earned her Juris Doctor degree at Birmingham School of Law and is a Certified Guardian ad Litem and Mediator. She is a member of the Alabama State Bar and the Birmingham Bar Association, Solo Practitioners and the Association of Jefferson County Family Court Advocates; she has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management of Human Resources from Faulkner University. She is a licensed and ordained minister as well as a Motivational Speaker.
She shares her struggles and pain of growing up under the horrific Nazi regime during WWII. She not only experienced starvation, fear of screeching sirens and bombings, but the worse starvation she experienced was the absence of love. As you read her compelling story of survival and constant fear of death during the years of growing up under the terror-driven times in Nazi Germany, it will instill in you the desire to overcome and not to succumb or surrender to hate and fear, but to overcome disappointments, hurts, and pressures of this life with love and forgiveness.
She has appeared as guest on the Dr. Marie Blackwell's TV Program (Glen Iris Baptist Church), the Promised Land (Public TV Program), shared her story at Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Wheaton College, Chicago, and appeared on TLN TV Network, Chicago--Aspiring Women.