That was truly and example of "greater love hath no man than he that give his life for another". May the angels take him into Paradise.
A Holocaust survivor! What a beautiful example of courage and love.May he rest in peace.
His story really moved me too and we were all struck by his being a Holocaust survivor. There's some sort of poetic irony (even though it's a sad sort of irony) in that. Let's just say that I'm very grateful that he survived the Holocaust to bring hope and something good - something a little brighter - to all of us in the midst of this horrible tragedy. I'd like to know more about him.
There's some sort of poetic irony (even though it's a sad sort of irony) in that.True.I'd like to know more about him.If you find anything else, please let me know.I wanted to say that in addition to being a beautiful example of courage and love, he has also shown us what it truly means to have strength.
Not sure if you've read this one yet (it's an AP article, I believe):http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/nation/20070417-1502-virginiatech-holocaustsurvivor.html
Wow, amazing story. Thanks for finding that!
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