It's a miracle that this baby is here to take this photo. It's a miracle that this baby is here at all. By all accounts, Harli Glatt was not meant to be born. And she definitely wasn't meant to be in a picture like this.
She is a great-grandchild of a Holocaust survivor.
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Her mother, Jessica Glatt, was visiting her incredible grandparents, Max and Anna Durst, when Harli was only three months old. And Jessica was immediately struck by the fact that they were both alive and well to meet a great-grandchild after all they had been through.
They were both the sole survivors of their families in Nazi Germany, with Anna having survived hiding from the army and Max having survived concentration camps.
"There is simply no explanation for the inexplicable," Glatt said. "Yet they survived."
Their great-grandchild, now an older sibling of two other great-grandchildren, was and is a beautiful and powerful symbol of that survival and resilience.
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So to commemorate the occasion, the family arranged for a local photographer to take a photo of baby Harli holding onto her grandfather's arm, which still has the concentration camp tattoo etched into it when he was just a teenager.
Since then, Jessica has shared it publicly on Facebook, where it's gone super-viral. One look, and you'll immediately know why.
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