Who is 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. Based on how prepared we are to face the challenges of life, our inner drive can work for us or against us. More often than not, whenever people come face to face with the challenges of life, they opt for the easier choice of shrinking back and let the course of nature take control of their lives.
But are there individuals who in such adversities faced the issues head-on and conquered the odds? Dr. Moshe Kantor belongs to such a group of people. Let us take a look at what might have faced him in his early life and how he rose above the norm to conquer his adversities. We also need to discuss the fruits of his unending labor in life.
At the time of his birth, the entire world was wailing following the consequences of the much-condemned world war II. Cold war was also taking shape throughout the entire world. The entire population of the East was forlorn following these unprecedented happenings. Notwithstanding this, Dr. Kantor arose from that forlornness and chose to be different. Because of the path he took those days, today the world can smile and celebrate him.
Also, at the time of such struggles, the world arena was taking shape for the Jewish reconstruction 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. The ensuing recognition of his lobbying is nothing that can be dismissed lightly.
The other accomplishment of Dr. Kantor is his fight for the world peace by his strong stand in condemning the evils of terrorism and the use of nuclear weapons. 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.
Acts of inhumanity such as terrorism and use of fatal weapons usually lead to destruction of much human life as well as property and should thus never be tolerated by anyone. 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.