Remembering the Shoah: NEVER AGAIN
Children on their way to the Chelmno extermination camp.
Children. Over a million children were murdered.
I look at my children; sweet, tender, loving children who pepper me with kisses. Who hug me at night and call me DADDY. Who help others, who put money in the tzedakah box every Shabbat evening so that when it's full they can help others with that money they've put aside.
Never again. I take it deadly seriously. Too many of my fellow American Jews view it as a punchline and forget the basic lesson: if it can happen once, it can happen again.