From the Interviews of David Horowitz: November 30, 2009


This book was therapy for me; it was a remembrance of my daughter and her extraordinary courage… It’s a lesson to all of us who complain about much lesser frustrations and obstacles that we face. We often feel utterly defeated by them. This book should inspire people. Her life should inspire people to face those problems and not let [the problems] get them down.”

“I realized then that we may have our policy positions about homelessness, but the reality is that … it would be worth it, even if there’s only one person that you help – even if there’s just a chance of there being one… So my daughter really taught me a lesson there.”

The Washington Times, November 25, 2009

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