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Ely Lazar



The Love of a Mother

Submitted into: Miracles of Love Category,

On: 2007-11-22

I recently had a most amazing experience! I grew up as the only child of parents who were born in Romania, but who left there in the 1930's. Romanian was actually my language at home when I was growing up. Throughout my childhood I heard their stories of what a wonderful country it was.
Hearing their descriptions of the country, I had formulated ideas in my mind of what it must have been like. During my adult years, I had no real inclination to go to Romania while it was under communist rule. Then last year my wife brought up the subject of Romania, particularly as my parents were no longer alive. So we decided to incorporate Romania into our overseas holiday.
We spent 3 weeks in Romania, a beautiful country in many ways. The first few days were spent in Bucharest where my mother was born and we walked on the street where she lived. Unfortunately, her house had been demolished to make room for communist apartment blocks which still remain.
We then drove to the city of Craiova, where my father grew up. Incredibly, after much searching we found my father's house. Even more incredible, we knocked on the front gate and out came a young couple asking us what we were on about. After doing some communicating in Romania, they understood why I was there. They then proceeded to invite us in, serve us food and drink, gave us gifts, and took us on a tour of their entire house!
As I sat there in the kitchen, tears welled up in my eyes as I realized that my father had been born there in 1909. Within those walls he had spent his childhood. It was something I never thought I would ever experience. I am so grateful to my wife for suggesting the trip, and to the family on Strada Dimitru for giving me one of the most profound experiences of my life.
Ely Lazar
Shenton Park
West Australia