Dina - Surviving Undercover: From the Darkness of The Holocaust to The Light of The Future
by Dina Drori and Erez Grinboim (286 pages)
How did Dina, a young Jewish girl, survived WWII undercover hiding alone as bombs fell all around her?
Despite the many impossibilities she encountered, Dina always knew it was not enough just to survive the war - she also had to be able to look at herself in the mirror in the years to come and know she kept her dignity intact. She survived covertly, with fake identity papers, one of the most horrendous periods in human history.
Her life-saving wisdom and inner knowing became an inspiration to all
Her many breathtaking personal stories give a rare, unique perspective on one of the war’s most horrific times, when both the Germans and Soviets armies bombed Warsaw during the Polish Uprising. Dina was alone in the midst of this living hell. Each obstacle she encountered, each decision and intuitive insight that led her to act one way and not another, saved her life and altered her destiny forever.
Dina became a mentor for life, her integrity, hope and belief are radiating throughout everything she does until this day. This book is a gateway to her amazing life. It holds within the story of her unique journey and precious life wisdom.