Being a Parent is the hardest job in the world. The sleepless nights, the dirty diapers, the countless times being peed on.Also the worries when your baby has a bit of a temperature, the millions of scenarios of what could go wrong with your child.
But all of that is forgotten the second you see that very first smile. Nothing on this earth is more valuable or could replace its beauty.
A smile so pure and full of innocence and unconditional love, it could melt every one’s heart.
Yet there are those who saw this token of purity and innocence as a threat to their very existence.
The love was answered with hate.
The pureness was answered with filth.
The innocence was answered with death.
How could anyone look at a smiley face like that of Emma Zilverberg and feel compelled and righteous enough to destroy that life?
It breaks my heart to think that the last minutes of this 18 month old girl were filled with pure evil. Evil in its most barbaric, inhumane form.
The really disturbing aspect of this that those who killed her possibly had young children themselves, or may have been an uncle or aunt to a niece or nephew.
Emma Zilverberg was killed in Sobibor she was still a baby. If we forget Emma and all those countless children who died in the Holocaust and other genocides, we will have failed as a society.
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