Irit Schaffer is the daughter of Holocaust survivors, born in Israel, raised in Canada and now resides in California. Her book, “Good Blood, A Journey of Healing,” tells the story of her awakening to the power of positive thought and the connection of mindset to our physical and emotional well being. From her childhood fascination with her father’s tale of healing from six gunshot wounds during the war, to her own instinctive defiance of pessimistic medical prognoses, Irit’s journey reveals a grateful and increasingly compassionate understanding of her roots as her keen intuitive gifts come to light.Brought to you by the Nova Southeastern University College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences’ Department of Conflict Resolution Studies and Graduate Student Government, in conjunction with the NSU Alvin Sherman Library.For more information, visit lib.nova.edu/letgo.
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