Memorial Holocaust Famous Quotes & Sayings

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17 Memorial Holocaust Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Memorial Holocaust Sayings By William Kent Krueger: Fishing, Danny boy, is purely a state of mind. Some men, when they are fishing, Fishing, Danny boy, is purely a state of mind. Some men, when they are fishing, are after fish. Me, I'm after things you could never set a barbed hook in. — William Kent Krueger
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Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Barack Obama: On my recent trip to Israel, I had the opportunity to visit Yad Vashem, Israel's On my recent trip to Israel, I had the opportunity to visit Yad Vashem, Israel's national Holocaust memorial, and reaffirm our collective responsibility to confront anti-Semitism, prejudice, and intolerance across the world. On this Yom Hashoah, we must accept the full responsibility of remembrance, as nations and as individuals-not simply to pledge "never again," but to commit ourselves to the understanding, empathy and compassion that is the foundation of peace and human dignity. — Barack Obama
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Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Irvin D. Yalom: If one is to love oneself one must behave in ways that one can admire. If one is to love oneself one must behave in ways that one can admire. — Irvin D. Yalom
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Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Naguib Sawiris: My character and my behavior is not for politics. I say what I think. I'm My character and my behavior is not for politics. I say what I think. I'm too liberal. — Naguib Sawiris
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Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Joshua Bell: What drew me to the violin was mastering the instrument technically, which I'm continuing to What drew me to the violin was mastering the instrument technically, which I'm continuing to do. — Joshua Bell
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: ... You see, my dear friend, I am made up of contradictions, and I have ... You see, my dear friend, I am made up of contradictions, and I have reached a very mature age without resting upon anything positive, without having calmed my restless spirit either by religion or philosophy. Undoubtedly I should have gone mad but for music. Music is indeed the most beautiful of all Heaven's gifts to humanity wandering in the darkness. Alone it calms, enlightens, and stills our souls. It is not the straw to which the drowning man clings; but a true friend, refuge, and comforter, for whose sake life is worth living — Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Jean De La Bruyere: Most men spend the first half of their lives making the second half miserable. Most men spend the first half of their lives making the second half miserable. — Jean De La Bruyere
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Richard J. Evans: Visiting the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., for example, I was struck by its Visiting the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., for example, I was struck by its marginalization of any other victims apart from the Jews, to the extent that it presented photographs of dead bodies in camps such as Buchenwald or Dauchau as dead Jewish bodies, when in fact relatively few Jewish prisoners were held there. — Richard J. Evans
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Deborah E. Lipstadt: At the first Holocaust memorial commemoration in the Capitol Rotunda, both President Jimmy Carter and At the first Holocaust memorial commemoration in the Capitol Rotunda, both President Jimmy Carter and Vice President Mondale referred to the 'eleven million victims.' Carter also used Wiesenthal's figures of 'six million Jews and five million others' in his Executive Order establishing the United States Holocaust Memorial Council. I have attended Holocaust memorial commemorations in places as diverse as synagogues and army forts where eleven candles were lit. More significant is that strangers have repeatedly taken me and other colleagues to task for ignoring the five million non-Jews. When I explain that this is an invented concept, they become convinced of my ethnocentrism. — Deborah E. Lipstadt
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Debasish Mridha: Everyday, humanity is growing and the rate of growth is getting faster and faster with Everyday, humanity is growing and the rate of growth is getting faster and faster with time. — Debasish Mridha
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Mark Twain: The castle-building habit, the day-dreaming habit - how it grows! what a luxury it becomes; The castle-building habit, the day-dreaming habit - how it grows! what a luxury it becomes; how we fly to its enchantments at every idle moment, how we revel in them, steep our souls in them, intoxicate ourselves with their beguiling fantasies - oh, yes, and how soon and how easily our dream-life and our material life become so intermingled and so fused together that we can't quite tell which is which, anymore. — Mark Twain
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Diosdado Macapagal: A nation is born into freedom on the day when such a people, moulded into A nation is born into freedom on the day when such a people, moulded into a nation by a process of cultural evolution and sense of oneness born of common struggle and suffering, announces to the world that it asserts its natural right to liberty and is ready to defend it with blood, life, and honor. — Diosdado Macapagal
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Nathan Rabin: I cannot stress this enough: do not take powerful hallucinogens before going to a Holocaust I cannot stress this enough: do not take powerful hallucinogens before going to a Holocaust memorial. — Nathan Rabin
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Robert Montgomery: Berlin seems like a place of healing to me though: you have both the Holocaust Berlin seems like a place of healing to me though: you have both the Holocaust Memorial and Hiroshima Strasse side-by-side there. You have the whole last century libraried and you can see exactly what we did. Now there's lots of artists and musicians moving there because they can't afford the rent in London and New York, and they're having children and making it a gentle place. It seems to be a place of hope now. — Robert Montgomery
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Ron Owens: Many today insist that music is amoral, that there is nothing innately good or bad Many today insist that music is amoral, that there is nothing innately good or bad about music itself. They say it is neutral, and only its use determines whether it is good or evil. To a degree this is true, but in a very real way music ceases to be neutral the moment those little black-and-white notes begin to be woven together to produce a certain combinations of sounds that result in the message or world-view that the composer of the music wants to get across. The music itself becomes a statement, even when words are not attached to its message. — Ron Owens
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Criss Jami: You think you're losing your mind, but do keep in mind, as long as you You think you're losing your mind, but do keep in mind, as long as you may, that the ability to go on thinking such a thing means it's not all gone. — Criss Jami
Memorial Holocaust Sayings By Jack Straw: Holocaust Memorial Day is intended as an inclusive commemoration of all the individuals and communities Holocaust Memorial Day is intended as an inclusive commemoration of all the individuals and communities who suffered as a result of the Holocaust - not only Jews, but also Gypsies, Slavs, homosexuals, political prisoners and dozens of ethnic and other minorities. — Jack Straw