(Peter) Moshe Loth is a Holocaust survivor who was born in Stutthof Concentration Camp to his Jewish mother who was imprisoned with his aunt and grandmother. After the liberation of Stutthof by the Russians, Moshe’s mother handed her infant son over to a kind Polish woman who agreed to care for him until his mother could return. Moshe lived in Poland not knowing about his real mother until he was 14 years old. During that time he was shuffled from one orphanage to another. The years held much suffering, abuse, and humiliation.at the hands of soviet police and guards. At 14 years old, he was reunited with his mother who was living in western Germany with her new husband, a U.S Army soldier. The many years of abuse and dysfunction created an angry and bitter young man until God changed his life.
“When a person gives way to anger, it stirs up the great accuser” –Rav Nachman
In his book “Peace by Piece, A Story of Survival and Forgiveness,” Mr. Loth shares his life story, taking the reader through each event with a clarity that is spellbinding. Despite having lived through tremendous physical and emotional abuse, Mr. Loth shares how one can be healed of the pain and trauma through forgiveness. His message of hope and peace has changed the lives of thousands.
Today Mr. Loth travels all over the world speaking in Synagogues, Schools, Universities, at Special Events and Corporate Leadership Meetings.
Mr. Loth also teaches truth about the Holocaust so that it will never be forgotten and so that it will never be repeated.
1. Belief in the existence of the Creator, who is perfect in every manner of existence and is the Primary Cause of all that exists.
2. The belief in G-d‘s absolute and unparalleled unity.
3. The belief in G-d’s non-corporeality, nor that He will be affected by any physical occurrences, such as movement, or rest, or dwelling.
4. The belief in G-d’s eternity.
6. The belief that G-d communicates with man through prophecy.
7. The belief in the primacy of the prophecy of Moses our teacher.
8. The belief in the divine origin of the Torah.
9. The belief in the immutability of the Torah.
10. The belief in G-d’s omniscience and providence.
11. The belief in divine reward and retribution.
12. The belief in the arrival of the Messiah and the messianic era.
13. The belief in the resurrection of the dead.