What You Might Never Have Read About Dr. Moshe Kantor
There is no way any of us can rise above the odds of life unless we rely on our personal drive to propel us. Our inner drive can be a source of our fear, anger or courage in depending on how well we are prepared to face our daily life challenges. In many cases, when people are faced with adversities of life, they choose to retreat and let things happen the way they choose to.
There is, however, another crop of people who rarely choose the easiest option of sitting back and as a result they choose to act in the face of adversity. Dr. Moshe Kantor belongs to such a group of people. Let us explore some of the hurdles he had to conquer in order to be the kind of a person he is in our days. We also need to discuss the fruits of his unending labor in life.
At the time of his birth, the countries of the world were still agonizing the aftermath of the world war two. The sting of the cold war was also being felt at that time. The entire population of the East was forlorn following these unprecedented happenings. Dr. Kantor, however, chose to be different and he thus rose from those hopeless ash piles and steered himself on. Because of the path he took those days, today the world can smile and celebrate him.
The other struggle that Dr. Kantor had to overcome was the reformations in the Jewish world. Persecution for the Jewish people was widespread in those times. Having been hit worst by the consequences of the world war, the Jewish people had nothing to encourage them in such desperate times. Dr.Kantor learned from that and has been a voice to reckon with in the lobbying for the recognition of the Jewish people all over the world. This has led him to be recognized for his fights against discriminations of all kinds.
Dr. Kantor’s fight for the world peace and evils meted against humanity through terrorism and the use of fatal weaponry is also something that we should give him credits for. Being a family man himself, Dr. Kantor has shown us that we should respect the human life regardless of the relationship we may have or not have with such individuals.
Violence and the use of nuclear weapons obliterate both humans and property and ought to be condemned by all the well-meaning people in the society. These atrocious activities are never to be condoned by any people since they go against the dictates of all religions where man is viewed as the custodian of the universe. These are some of the lessons that Dr. Kantor tries to put across both in word and deed.