The first 7 years of Trudie Strobel's life were spent in internment in a state of fear and hunger. When freed from the concentration camp, she and her mother were sent to a displacement camp where Trudie learned how to embroider.  She is now a master embroiderer whose art can be seen at, at the Museum of the Holocaust in Los Angeles, and in various synagogues and private collections.  A book about Trudie's life and art, Tapestorian by Jody Savin-Miller will be out in 2019. 

Listen to this podcast to be inspired to keep your heart open in spite of the most severe of adversity and tragedy.  Trudie is a true Superhero of Love spreading love, inspiration and joy wherever she goes.  Grab a little dose of all of that in this episode.

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