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on this blue planet in europe Holland aka The Netherlands to be exact
July 4
i love to have intelligent chats or just plain normal fun chats my interests are broad and am always willing to learn . i am interested in the paranormal and psychic

cooking good honest food all kinds
reading is food for the soul and to relax
go out with friends those mean more to me then family accept my kids ofcourse
Cancer (Jun 21-Jul 22)
i am a mother house wife
Live Love laugh respect
Dont judge me before U walked in my shoes

Throughout my life, I've loved, I've lied, I've lost, I've missed, I've hurt, I've trusted, I've made mistakes. Most of all I've learned...
i am a kind caring chaotic loyal outgoing somewhat shy person (yes i am in rl )
with a mind of my own and a own opinion and my opinions are mine and mine alone .

quotes on me .. haha
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"saw ur have different kind of cuteness.....i wish you were my girlfriend...."

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big enough to be here
to much to be called slim
red but its dye
sexy top or miniskirt i love to wear skirts dresses and high heels
i believe in myself and in the power of positive thinking i like the spiritual side of life a lot too . like to use healing stones reiki and tarot cards have my interest too.
Spirits live along side us and they as the Angels guide us . they always near you no matter what U can call upon them for guidance and strength ...
striped with polka dots i dont care what u look like just show respect and you get it back .
hetero sexual
yup and love them
what You open and enclose in my heart
in love and light such a beautyfull sight
laughter and smiles
its all good my dear
there is only one thing i fear
that is when my heart will be broken
it seems an endless path of waiting
and anticipating
that longing for you
my needs fullfilled
i just hope my wish comes true .
and thats simply to be with You

How beautifull is the summerskye
orange shades fall over the meadows of the land
birds whistel the sounds of the day Goodbye
bats come out and seek their prey silently
oh how beautifull isthe summerskye
filled with love and laughter and full of life
people walk hand in hand quietly
a stolen kiss a perfect love
My love

people passing by in my life old young new suprising people
grey and wise young and free
but tell me how can i be me?
hurt and let down so many times
hurt in the deepest of my soul
now someone has to break down this wall
and i know the real person right for me
will stay and not leave me
wont hurt and abuse me
this person will just let me be me and break down the walls
so i can finally be me and free

Where ever the wind may blow us~
No matter where fate takes us
like winds we shall be strong
to learn to love eternal
in lifes embracing song
We never are divided,
in one we live in dream
we long await the final hour
when storms bring you with me
Im searchless for your presence
in lands I will persue
I yearn for when our pathways meet
one heart, one me, one you
In days in thought and wander
I know one thing for sure
the bond we have will never die
thru spirit it endures

i carry your heart with me(i carry it in
my heart)i am never without it(anywhere
i go you go,my dear; and whatever is done
by only me is your doing,my darling)
i fear
no fate(for you are my fate,my sweet)i want
no world(for beautiful you are my world,my true)
and it's you are whatever a moon has always meant
and whatever a sun will always sing is you

here is the deepest secret nobody knows
(here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud
and the sky of the sky of a tree called life;which grows
higher than the soul can hope or mind can hide)
and this is the wonder that's keeping the stars apart

i carry your heart(i carry it in my heart)

This is a book about MY family and its History

stories of Our Fathers: A Multi-Generational Narrative of the Gazan Family Through Sorrow and Triumph
Harold Gazan. Springtree House Publishers: Lansing, MI, 2006. Pp. 290. $49.95, hardcover. ISBN: 0-9770646-0-3.

In the preface to his book, the author states: “I write about our ancestors not because they were leaders of armies or captains of industry, but simply because they were our predecessors and therefore are a part of who we are.” Because Gazan has taken such care to reveal the historical contexts in which various members of his family have lived, the reader understands anew that all of our lives—Gazans and non-Gazans alike—are intertwined.

This narrative begins with the birth in 1720 of Marcus Levie-zoon, a Polish Jew. When he was about 20 years old, he left Poland to begin a new life in the Netherlands. Not content just to record that his first known progenitor migrated from one country to another, Gazan carefully and methodically chronicles the rise of anti-Semitism (beginning in the Middle Ages) in Europe, so the reader understands the sociological, economic, political, and religious forces that caused many Jews to seek out the safe haven that life in the Netherlands offered.

It is also in this section we learn that it was “The imposition of the Napoleonic Code that resulted in the widespread practice of attaching a surname to a person’s given name.” Many of these new surnames derived from a person’s appearance, occupation, or place of residence. Gazan comes from the Hebrew word Chazan, meaning cantor.

The most gripping parts of the book are those that most clearly give the book a significance beyond the Gazan family. These parts detail the impact of the Holocaust on the lives of European Jews.
Gazan recounts that in 1809, when an ancestor named Aron Izak Gazan moved to Middel-harnis in the Netherlands, an estimated 50 Jews lived there and in the neighboring community of Sommelsdijk. By 1904 the Jewish population had grown to about 100. By the end of World War II, Middelharnis had just four Jews, the ones who had been successfully hidden. And, he reports, “There were no Gazans among the survivors.”

More than 50 members of Harold Gazan’s family perished in the Holocaust. During the 27 years he worked on this book, the author and his wife, Nancy, made many trips to Europe to collect historical records. Some of those records are chilling, indeed.