Resilient People

From Holocaust survivor to public speaker on the power of giving up hate

Episode Notes

Elly Gotz was a teenager when he was sent to Dachau, the grand daddy of all concentration camps. When the Jews were released, he was full of hate for all Germans until one day he realized that it did not serve him. His resilience to give up this hatred allowed Elly to heal, pursue his dreams and live a happy life in Toronto.

Now at 92 years old, Elly Gotz is an author, professional engineer, pilot, entrepreneur and public speaker who addresses students and groups everywhere. 

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