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... it can happen again… It can happen anywhere.” And concluded,
“Even today we have the right to be afraid.
But we also have the obligation to be responsible…
“'Never again’ is not a political program, but a personal decision.
It means – never again because of me, never again in me, never again with me.
I believe that never again with all of us.”
I pray that he is ...
... leaving this place as there is a huge new freeway running parallel to the old road next to the river, and we were supposed to be down next to the river. Once again, a bit of orienteering experience got us over both roads and down to a rough, dirt Greenways Trail along the river side. Zig zagged through several small villages, onto a nice, wide bitumen road past new houses, it was looking good. Then the road stopped in a cul de sac, a tiny dirt track leading ...
... extremely distressing. Each suitcase was marked with the name and address and birthdate of the owner, personalising them in a very graphic way. It is a truism in the business of Holocaust Appreciation, that the pain and agony and death of one identifiable soul is more meaningful than the usual grim parade of deathly statistics. Because you can't tell the story of each and every one of them.
However, the piece de resistance in the Circus of Holocaust Horror is the Chamber of Hair. ...
... the footsteps of the reality that was the holocaust, understand what happened there, grieve in a small but important way for those millions of people from 21 different nations who had to endure such a hideous turn of events in their lives, and know that the hands of evil, no matter how atrocious, are always met with the good, strong, kind hands of our better nature. As we walked the same paths and stepped in and out of the same buildings as those who ...
It has taken me forever to finally attempt to write this blog entry. I have been avoiding the fact that I have been avoiding it. It has been about three weeks since I went to Auschwitz. In some ways it feels like it was forever ago and in some ways I remember it like it was hours ago. It's hard to forget some of the things I saw there. Auschwitz is the most disgusting, terrifying, and gruesome place I have ever been to. Yet, I urge everyone to go there and see it and feel it. It really ...