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This morning my friend had arrived and we were taking a day trip to the former capital Kaunas. Before that I wanted to visit the Synagogue which was close to my hotel. There is a rich religious diversity, not only in the number of Churches, but also other ...
... and the results are amazing. Thank god for Miss. Marta translating some of the stories for me and Aaron as we might not have appreciated just how strange they were. One for example: 'My great grandad is dead, you won't be see him again! If you promise to laugh just the once, I'll take you to my house, it can fit 17 people' Incredible. We were discussing that I would love to see what he is doing in 20 years. He would give speeches to the other children from the top of ...
... to appreciate their unimportance.
22. No one has the right to have a design on eternity.
23. Everyone has the right to understand.
24. Everyone has the right to understand nothing.
25. Everyone has the right to be of any nationality.
26. Everyone has the right to celebrate or not celebrate their birthday.
27. Everyone shall remember their name.
28. Everyone may share what they possess.
29. No one can share what they do not possess.
... city was run down, poor with dilapidated, ugly apartment buildings, no maintenance, no upkeep. I knew my hotel, Kempinski, is across the Cathedral Square so every time I saw a church I got scared. There are so many churches here! From a distance, I saw colorful roofs, a brighter sky and a flicker of hope helped me take a breath. I remembered having the same feeling in Amsterdam. It was ok then ...
... Jews as possible. It also showed how difficult it was for many to choose what to do. Many escaped to Russia but some were sent to Siberia in various purges. Lukas had told us that his mother had been born in Siberia as his grandmother had been sent there.
It certainly made us aware of how lucky we are to live in a country with the sea as a border as Lithuania has been ruled by Poles, Germans & Russians at various times & its borders have been extremely ...