It's time to get serious. The day for remembering the holocaust and the people who fought back starts today.
But it seems that Israel of all places has forgotten the the most important thing. Yes we have memorial days in kindergartens and in schools around the country, and yes we send our students and solders to the death camps in order to learn and to show the world this thing can and will not happen again. But what about the few survivors? Don't they deserve to be remembered while still amongst the living? How is it possible to spend so much money on remembering the dead and so little on helping the living. Almost 37 survivors die each and every day, what are we waiting for?
I hope our new government will make some changes before it's too late.
Because soon enough all we'll be left with are the memories.