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Holocaust Memorial Day

Today makes 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz and the unveiling of the Holocaust’s atrocities to the world that ignored it for years. Remembering the Holocaust keeps the memories of its victims alive but also stands as a reminder of the evil that exists in all humans–intolerance and indifference. 172 more words

A Wedding in Auschwitz

Our Monday morning reading was ‘A Wedding in Auschwitz’ by Raјko Đurić, a Serbian Roma writer and academic.   It is from an anthology of forty-three poems and prose extracts, most appearing in English for the first time:  … 1,266 more words



Mai dimenticherò quella notte, la prima notte nel campo, che ha fatto della mia vita una lunga notte e per sette volte sprangata.
Mai dimenticherò quel fumo.

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Opinioni Libere

Night by Elie Wiesel

I have read books about the holocaust and I have always been appalled at the horror that it has caused humanity even if my reactions were elicited by books as opposed to actually having seen in it. 295 more words

Ink And Paper

Speak No Evil (2014)

“We know that every moment is a moment of grace, every hour an offering; not to share them would mean to betray them.
Our lives no longer belong to us alone; they belong to all those who need us desperately.” 9 more words


The Problem of Evil: Night

The existence of evil has been a topic of much debate for as long as man’s history has ever been charted. Various cultures down the ages have alluded and rationalized the existence of evil: by virtue of mythology, ideology and religion. 828 more words


Review: A Mad Desire to Dance

I have been busy the past couple of days trying to catch up on some reading.  Today, I will review the book A Mad Desire to Dance… 644 more words

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