CommentsI just finished reading your article and have never been so moved . Your article reaffirmed the proudness of my heritage. Like a lot Jewish of families, we, too, have been touched by the Holocaust. Even in the army when I came across, seeing the utter horror of them, I vowed to never, never turn the other cheek, unfortunately as some of my faith continue to do ..... And to those ,,,,,, even today, I try to remind them what happens to them by turning the other cheek as happened in Germany. May you be blessed for reminding the Jewish people, the turn-the-other-cheek group, that the only trait that people that have respect for is strength.
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The Universalist Holocaust
Posted by Daniel Greenfield on Apr 23, 2012 at 06:34 AM
The Nazi Holocaust failed, but the Universalist Holocaust is still ongoing
Everyone deals with trauma in different ways. Getting violently attacked on a street late at night. Watching a loved one murdered in front of your eyes. Feeling the fire on your skin as your home burns. It’s not just the pain of the experience, it’s realizing afterward how your world has changed and that your life will never be the same.
There are two basic human responses to an assault. I will protect myself. I will make the world a better place. The first deals with the risk of an attack. The second with your feelings about the world. The first leaves you better able to cope with an attack. The second makes you feel better about the world.More...
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