Monday, January 27, 2014

"Remembrance and Beyond"

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"Remembrance and Beyond"


Today 54 of our 120 Members of Knesset were in Poland for the memorial ceremonies of  the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust.

Then Steven Spielberg and a woman who was one of Schindler's Jews  gave  moving talks at the United Nations. 

All this was watched live on TV and Internet in the comfort of my own little apartment in the comfort of my own little State of Israel. -- How lucky I am. 
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6 comments:

Tina Liel said...

Hi dear Dina!!Just read a few of your lovely posts♥ Been busy lately. Seems like I always fall in love just a little bit more with our lovely country when reading your blog. I think the logo is ok. Always hard to design logos and must have been extra hard for this important cause. Hugs

William Kendall said...

It's a very powerful, poignant design.

Kay said...

It is a beautiful logo, Dina. I'm glad for you that you are in the country you love. I just wish it was safer.

cieldequimper said...

It is a rather nice logo of hope I think.

Dina said...

Friends, thanks for your opinions here.

Tina, your "Seems like I always fall in love just a little bit more with our lovely country when reading your blog" made my day and warmed my heart. :)

Nonnie USA said...

The poster is a combo of lovely and chilling. Two years ago when a survivor of the Holocaust (Sidney Finkel, known as Sevek) came to an elementary school in a small town nearby to speak. Even the little ones were attentive. Then there was a book signing in the school library. His book titled SEVEK & THE HOLOCAUST: THE BOY WHO REFUSED TO DIE was read by the entire school before his arrival. It was awe-inspiring to hear his story.