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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Forgiveness is the realization that there is a way to Religion Emotional relieve the sorrow and pain that is result of the Holocaust. Health "Pity is not felt as if by instinct or reflect. Pity is taught. But what is the original source of pity? What teaches it? The Second Commandment- the one against idols."(Cynthia Ozick 214). "Was my silence at the bedside of the dying Nazi right or wrong? This is a profound moral question that challenges the conscience of the reader of this episode, just as much as it once challenged my heart and mind"(Wiesenthal 96). In most cases, if a person who had survived the Holocaust were left in this situation they would continue to live there lives always wondering if they made the right choice. Eva Kor from Forgiving Dr. Mengele had felt that after be able to forgive the doctor she felt like a weight was lifted off her shoulder. Like she could be free from the past She would not have to live her life in a negative way as a reflection of her past. "Today,I sometimes think go the young SS man.Every time I enter a hospital, every timeI see a nurse, or a man with his head bandaged,I recall him. Or when I see a sunflower...And I reflect that people like him are stillbeing born, people who can be indoctrinated with evil." (Wiesenthal 95). If we never forgive, we are never forced to let anything go. So we always give that which we have not forgiven the opportunity to hurt us again. "Sitting in a restored synagogue in Berlin on the day people are supposed to forgive each other offers me an unexpected sense of closure."("Berlin, A City of Atonement") "Its Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the holiest day in the Jewish calendar, and although Im not religious, the idea of going to a synagogue in Berlin on that particular day is compelling."("Berlin, A City of Atonement") Yom Kippur is a day of forgiveness for those who practice the Jewish religion. Some find it hard to forgive those responsible for the Holocaust, but still find it in there hearts to be able to forgive so many others. Forgiving helps your body heal. "By Yom Kippur each person should have made a personal attempt to right the wrongs they have done. In return, those who have been asked for forgiveness should grant it willingly."(The Holocaust Explained) "For on this day [Yom Kippur] He shall effect atonement for you to cleanse you. Before Gd, you shall be cleansed from all your sinsLeviticus 16:30."( "Just as the offending individual is enjoined to sincerely seek forgiveness, so, too, the victim is expected to wholeheartedly forgive"( "If we really want to come out of this holy day completely clean, we need to first approach any individual whom we may have wronged and beg their forgiveness."(
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