Natan Sharansky, a prisoner of Zion, the former head of the Jewish Agency and a good friend of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress, spent nine years in a Soviet gulag due to his Zionist activity. Half of his he was in solitary confinement, including 405 days in the punishment cell. Listen to Natan’s advice on how to strengthen your spirit being in conditions of social isolation.
“We Jews, for thousands of years, all over the world, were scattered. But we always had this feeling that we are part of a big people, a great people, with our mutual past, with our mutual future, and with our mutual mission,” he says.