STAGE 5 - AMSTERDAM III - The Midwife of my Soul: Julius Spier
A new day in Amsterdam. But I warn it is the last one… and luckily! Your dietician will be glad after your half an hour breakfast with butter bakery so yummy and these jars of jams… Anyway, at the end, life also has these small great pleasures. The walks with your friends, an ice cream in summer with your family, a little silence...the kisses, the petting, the words to you hear and the timeless promises.
You are probably thinking that a taxi´s driver doesn't fit with being so romantical...but you are wrong! The drivers have our little heart too.
Furthermore, today we’re going to peek out to the crazy and passionate heart of Etty. She was so tempting...but at the same time she was seduced by Julius Spier, who was named “the Midwife of my Soul”. And that is because Julius was a psychologist, friend, confident, partner… in spite of being 24 year older than her.
We are convinced that certain people have been sent by God and sometimes they appear in our lives. They are like angels that look after us because the good God wishes it.
And talking about angels, today we have one on our stage: the angel of the Varsovian ghetto! Yes, today we’re going to know a bit more about Irena Sendler, nurse and social worker, four year older than Etty, that managed to save more than 2500 jews from a sure death.
There are angels in our life too. Simply, we must be again as children and look as they do it. Can’t you see them in your life?
They are there, protecting you. And perhaps I may be one of them...But instead of having wings, I have a taxi.
Dear pilgrim, this stage is waiting for us. EUNTES!
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