Friday, April 12, 2019

Touching Song written by Jews on Wall hiding from Nazis during WWII "Inscription of hope"


The words were originally written on the wall of a cellar in Cologne, Germany during World War II by Jews who were hiding from the Nazis. Although the original author is unknown, the lyrics to this song leave a lasting impact on all who hear the it.
Here are the lyrics and video of the song below:

Inscription of Hope, I believe in the sun, Even when it is not shining. And I believe in love
Even when there’s no one there.

And I believe in God, Even when he is silent. I believe through any trial. There is always a way.

But sometimes in this suffering and hopeless despair, My heart cries for shelter To know someone’s there. But a voice rises within me saying, “Hold on, my child. I’ll give you strength, I’ll give you hope. Just stay a little while.”

I believe in the sun, Even when it is not shining. And I believe in love
Even when there’s no one there.

And I believe in God, Even when he is silent. I believe through any trial. There is always a way.

May there someday be sunshine. May there someday be happiness. May there someday be love.
May there someday be peace. But a voice rises within me saying, “Hold on, my child.
I’ll give you strength, I’ll give you hope. Just stay a little while.”

I believe in the sun Even when it is not shining. And I believe in love Even when there’s no one there. And I believe in God Even when he is silent. I believe through any trial There is always a way. May there someday be sunshine. May there someday be happiness. May there someday be love. May there someday be peace.
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