Image: Barbed Wire by Tante Tati
In the words of Primo Levi:
Auschwitz is outside of us, but it is all around us, in the air. The plague has died away, but the infection still lingers and it would be foolish to deny it. Rejection of human solidarity, obtuse and cynical indifference to the suffering of others, abdication of the intellect and of moral sense to the principle of authority, and above all, at the root of everything, a sweeping tide of cowardice, a colossal cowardice which masks itself as warring virtue, love of country and faith in an idea. –If This Is A Man / The Truce
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Thank you for posting.
I needed to read that today. Todah ve kol tuv.
I am glad it was there for you. B’vakasha!
If that was Primo Levi’s Auschwitz, it has been reborn today. Here.