I pray to the God within me for the strength to ask him the real question.
And why do you pray, Moishe?
I don't want to leave my mom!
Women to the left, men to the right!
Why, but why would I bless Him?
Blessed be the Alimighty
Ellie frequently visits Moishe the Beadle because Moishe was who he could ask to help him on his journey to become a Rabbi.
No! He's not dead!
Throw out all of the dead! Here's one! Take him!
Elie and his father are forced to separate from the women of their family. They will soon begin work in the concentration camp and it would be the last time Elie would see his mother.
Why are you so mean to me, my son?
On the eve of Rosh Hashanah many gathered to pray to god, but Elie lost his faith and grew angry at this. Elie can't believe that the other inmates still pray because of all of the horrible events they've experienced.
Elie's father begins to get sick and a SS officer mistakes him for dead. Elie wouldn't let the officer take his father to die because the solider's were killing off all of the other weak links.
Elie's father begins get worse and the other inmates continue to treat him poorly so Elie's father refuses to get better and Elie gets fed up. Shortly after this Elie's father passes away.
Don't drink water, eat the soup.
The Jews who were in the camps were released at the end of the war and Elie was taken to a hospital to recover physically and mentally.
You are getting better. Do you want to walk around?