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Meeting Eva Kor, Holocaust Survivor

Meeting Eva Kor, Holocaust Survivor

As I stared out at the corn fields from the middle of our charter bus, a light rain danced and wiggled down the window.  We were less than 100 minutes away from meeting an actual survivor of the Holocaust.  I was anxious, and didn’t quite know how to feel about meeting her.  Should I be […]

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Justice Reexamined

Justice Reexamined

Justice is a colorful word.  It means a plethora of different things in different situations to different people.  Dictionary.com has nearly a dozen different takes on the word, all with slightly unique ways of describing the idea.  Personally, I tend to associate the word “justice” with an idea of someone getting what they deserve, or […]

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