Thursday, January 30, 2014

The daily Thought- Broken Glass Windows

It;s very difficult to keep up with an initiative however small it is. But it's good to have some discipline

The last day I was reading a bok written bya close confidante of Hitler. He was Hitler's chief architect and in no ways involved in any millitary or ideological decision of the Nazi regime

He says in the book how he and his fellow Germans saw the broken glasses of jewish shops, when the repressions sarted, and chose to walk away. They did so because they did not want to be bothered or they thougt Hitler meant only good for the country

Today we are surrounded by the images of the broken windows and we choose to walk away. I'm sure we are going to regret soon

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