Author Klaus Pollak Shares His Lifeís Struggles and How He Finally Found Happiness
WESTMINSTER, Colo. - Many of us donít know what happiness is. Often times we are blinded by material wants that we do not realize we donít have to have everything we want in order to be happy. Author Klaus Pollak travels down memory lane exploring his struggles as a young boy to finally finding happiness in his memoir In Spite of Auschwitz.
When Pollak was a young boy, he had everything. But suddenly in a blink of an eye, it was gone and war had broken out. The author describes the thrill of coming to the United States, getting married and having two children. He also includes his experiences during the WWII and the time when he served in the U.S. Army in Germany and Korea.
In Spite of Auschwitz is Pollakís journal of memories, which contain a rich wealth of fascinating experiences. It illustrates that our life is like one fast and curvy rollercoaster ride. The author relates that we can be happy even if we do not have everything we want or need. Having been married and widowed three times, Pollak reveals an important point we must always remember, that is to enjoy life and living. Grab a copy now to gain insights on how to enjoy life and be happy!
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