Funeral services for Hoosier -- and Holocaust survivor -- Eva Kor were yesterday. She was just ten years old when her family was sent to Auschwitz concentration camp. Only she and her twin sister survived.
Eva Kors devoted a great deal of her life to sharing her experiences; late in life, she embraced forgiveness as a way to come to terms with the evil that had been committed against her and so many others, but she never forgot.
As the last of the soldiers pass away, as the last survivors of the horrors of WW II are lost, society loses the sense of immediacy; we lose track of the reality that so many despicable acts were committed by and against entirely ordinary people.
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it," and some parts of the past are too dreadful to repeat. Let us not forget.
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