29 comments on “Remembering to Never Forget

  1. I visisted Dachau when I was 19 and will never forget the stillness and silence there. The hush of shame and disgrace. A point on a map where mankind had forgotten its humanity. I felt similar at the Pass of Glencoe years later. An awful sort of feeling that demanded escape. Yet demands acknowledgement and a plea for forgveness. Your words recollect these two moments for me.


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  3. Even from a distance, both time and space, it’s easy to ask how anyone could commit – and allow – such atrocities, but there’s also a sense of guilt when considering that time, because it was an element of Humanity that left that black mark.

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