FOLLOW UP TO “NO MORE TEARS.”
Some of you have questioned the possibility of a personal “no more tears” policy. I think it’s more of a goal than a promise.
There is another side to the coin that I did not get into in the last posting. That’s the anger factor. It is hard to describe the deep anger that boils up like an unquenchable heartburn when confronting the Nazi’s calculated and inhuman dehumanizing of our relatives, their calculated brutality, and their calculated murder machine. All this directed toward innocent Jewish families (and homosexuals and Gypsies and political prisoners and others. But mostly Jews). It was all so planned and documented and so heartlessly carried out.
Our presence at the death camps in Poland bears witness and testimony. It is a statement of our continued fortitude.
But you can’t avoid the anger.