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One Liner Wednesday – International Holocaust Remembrance Day

“For evil to flourish, it only requires good men to do nothing.”
Simon Wiesenthal


Let us never forget the atrocities that humans are capable of, else we are at risk for such horrors to be repeated. It is too easy not to stand face-to-face with our past and think it could never happen again.

All those who suffered but survived are slowly passing away. We must pick up the gauntlet so the so the urgency and the plea of remembrance will never be quieted.

We must NEVER let that happen.


“In the long run, the sharpest weapon of all is a kind and gentle spirit.”
Anne Frank


One Liner Wednesday is brought to us each week by Linda Hill. Check out Linda’s blog to see what others have to say with just one line.

21 thoughts on “One Liner Wednesday – International Holocaust Remembrance Day”

  1. A moving tribute, Maggie. Sad to see similar things happened again; in Cambodia, parts of Africa, and later in the Balkans, Rwanda, and Myanmar. There seems to be no limit to the cruelty people can inflict on each other.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. Maggie, thank you for spotlighting Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Holocaust museum in D.C. gave me chills, and certainly not the good kind. What a horrific time in history and I hope the world never ever repeats such inhumanity again.

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  3. Maggie, I love both these quotes. Since I have closed my FB account, I am unable to “like” posts. Please don’t assume, if I don’t comment, that I didn’t appreciate your posts. I get behind in commenting!

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