Orthodox Jewish Man Awakens From COVID Coma to Discover Artist Inside

After experiencing a long battle with COVID-19, a 70-year-old Orthodox Jewish man from the Monsey area is now painting three to four works of art per day. Abe Miller awoke from his coma, having nearly died from COVID. He discovered a sudden love for painting and has since created more than 500 paintings. “One of the reasons that people told me that I use bright colors must be because I see the world in a different way,” he said. “Everything is so bright, because you thank God every day that you are living. And now you see it much more, because I was almost gone.” His recovery through art has been encouraged by the doctors who saved his life. He has since donated three of his paintings to the hospital that gave him a second chance. Read more here.

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  • Avatar photo B says on October 26, 2021

    This is a beautiful heartwarming story!


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