Alice Shalvi's memoir is an inspiring gift

Her journey, from Germany to Israel via England, has been a full one so far, packed with accomplishments, lessons, contributions, loves, losses and regrets.

By HAVIVA NER-DAVID
June 13, 2019 17:42
Alice Shalvi's memoir is an inspiring gift

Alice Shalvi in her Jerusalem home. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

 
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At last, Alice Shalvi has come out with the long-awaited memoir she began writing 12 years ago. Never a Native begins with the births of Shalvi’s parents, and their marriage in Germany – where Shalvi grew up – and ends with 93-year-old Alice meditating in her garden “surrendering [her]self to the Divine Spirit.”

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