Lack of Evocation(REDISCOVERED)
IT WOULD BE understandable if Henri Landwirth bailed on the hope of ever being inspired by anything again. The death camp survivor had seen humanity at its absolute worst, enduring horrors as a child that would jade even the strongest of us in irreparable ways.
Landwirth somehow managed to persevere through the atrocities, eventually fleeing to America where, with little to his name, he began work in the hotel industry. Years of hard work would ultimately lead Landwirth to move from clerk to night manager, then to manager, then to owner of a hotel in Orlando, Florida.
It was at that time that Landwirth was asked ...