Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Elie Wiesel: Using Memory to Serve Us

"Forgetting man's past atrocities or ignoring those happening, now, today, in too many places around the world, is both callous and short-sighted, because it permits violence to happen again, often, and closer to home. That is bad enough. But it's equally hazardous to ignore the astonishing and perilous acts of human courage that negate, undo, reverse the violence and uphold our rights and dignity as humans. By forgetting, we relinquish the record of human history to those who have destroyed, not those who have saved and built."

More:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elie-wiesel/induce-memory-to-serve-us_b_6840356.html


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