Holocaust Remembrance

Many of the survivors of the Holocaust have died, and their witness must be carried on by those who have heard their stories. I was privileged through my mentor Viktor Frankl to meet many who had lost so much.It was most painful to hear the tales of whole families being wiped out in a matter of hours. The pain and anguish of those memories lasted a lifetime, and many were silent for years. Fortunately toward the end of their lives they shared the images which allowed us to tell others, and become secondary witnesses. Today there are those who have never heard about the Holocaust, and even more disconcerting those who deny that it happened.It must be more than one day a year when we decry what happened, and stand against any form of bigotry which allows anyone to be an object of hate and violence.

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