I’ve just learned that yesterday was International Holocaust Remembrance Day, but I guess it’s not too late to do some remembering today. I’m also meditating on something that was brought to my attention in a tweet by the junior US senator from New Jersey, Cory Booker:
In the current political climate in the US, there’s a lot to worry about. There are all kinds of changes pending, and many of them feel threatening to me. But as alarming as my worries seem, they are nothing compared to those that haunt the millions of refugees throughout the world.
Knowing how we came to love Anne Frank through learning her story, can we consider the possibility that those now desperately seeking help at the borders of many nations of the world have stories like Anne’s, that we should hear?