The man who saved them, Nicholas Winton, is celebrating his 105th birthday with some of his Jews. Reflect upon the good that is in the world for a few moments.

Each and every act of courage should be touted from the hill tops. It is easy, if you are paying attention to the world at all, to adopt an attitude that all is lost and that we don’t have the will to challenge the evil in the world. If we ascribe to fatalism we have already given up. Evil is united against us and we either fight shoulder to shoulder or be vivisected piecemeal over the course of time. So tell somebody about Mr. Wintons experience, make a big deal of it. Good needs a pat on the back these days.


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