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September 25, 1987 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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benefit."
She described the Miami
meeting as largely
ceremonial. The true benefits
for the world Jewish corn-
munity came at the frank
meetings at the Vatican on
Sept. 1.
"If we had boycotted
Miami," Mrs. Maltzer ex-
plained, "it would have caus-
ed a terrible break in
Catholic-Jewish relations. In-
stead, the dialogue between
Jews and Catholics has been
lifted to a much higher level
within the Vatican."
Asked if the sessions will
eliminate future meetings
between the Pope and
Waldheim, an accused Nazi,
Mrs. Maltzer assured The
Jewish News that they would
not. "Austria is a Catholic
state and Waldheim is the
head of Austria. The Pope has
already announced that he
will visit Austria. But the im-
portant thing is that now the
entire Catholic Church will
have an official document on
the Holocaust.
"We can't be stuck on a
crack," she said. "We have to
move forward, and the
meeting in Rome was a step
forward. It alsopreserved the
dignity of the Jewish people."
Mrs. Maltzer was not sur-
prised by the Pope's Miami
statement on the need for a
Palestinian homeland — "He
didn't say anything that isn't

Lillian Maltzer:
The dialogue has been lifted to a
higher level.

being said by some Jewish
groups" — but now the Pope
talks of Israel and not just the
Jewish people.
"There's a great deal of
naivete in what some of our
people expected" from the
meetings with the Pope, Mrs.
Maltzer believes. "But we are
on agood footing with the
Catholic Church now. Just
compare the last 20 years to
the preceding 2,000.
"I'm willing to say that the
glass is more than half full,
rather than to say that it is
half empty."

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a broken leg. It hurts dread-
fully, but one day it will heal.
You can survive it and keep
on going."
In order to feel good about
our lives, we have to liberate
ourselves from what he calls
"the tyranny of the dream."
"When we are young, we
dream of what our lives will
be like. We nurture ourselves
with fantasies. But when we
grow up we realize some of
the dreams won't come true.
If you hold on to the dreams
and let them fester, you will
feel like a failure. If you trade
in your fantasies for more
realistic dreams, you will
have a chance for the fulfill-
ment you are looking for."
Another key ingredient for
feeling good about your life is
by doing something nice for
someone else. "To feel fulfill-
ed, you have to know that you
made a difference to the
world. The good news is you
don't have to win the Nobel
Prize. You can change the
world by doing a lot of little
things.
"Block out three times a
week and do something nice

Rabbi Harold Kushner:
No one gets away. We pay in
some form.
for someone else. Help a
neighbor, or do volunteer
work. If you do something
unselfish, you will see quick-
ly how good you will feel
about yourself."
When asked why bad peple
get away with murder, Rabbi
Kushner replied, "They don't.
We pay for everything in one
currency or another.
Sometimes the only punish-

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