I have literally seen thousands of graphic Holocaust pictures. At the start they really had an effect on me, physically they made me sick.
However such is the human psyche that after a while you get desensitized by them. They still upset you but not to the same extend as they did before.
But looking into the vivid eyes of pure innocent lives like the eyes of Zsuszanna Kovari have such a profound effect. Those beautiful eyes are so haunting that they leave a lasting mark.
Zsuszanna Kovari was born 1942 in Szatmarnementi, Romania. She was murdered on May 25, 1944 at Auschwitz-Birkenau, She was only 2.
Two, the same number of words to describe her “Pure Innocence”
Pure, not tainted by the sick ideology that caused her death
Innocence, was her only ‘crime’.
Regardless on what your policies of hate are. If you kill pure innocence like that, you are not worthy to be called a human being.
It would be relatively easy for me to find out who killed this little angel , but the sick evil individual who did does not deserve my breath nor time.
The focus is remembering a precious gift that was give to this world.
Tonight when I look up in the sky I will scan the firmament for stars and when I see a bright one, I will pretend that star is you. For somewhere up there your star is shining.