During the holocaust real life heroes went into action and one of them was named Oskar Schindler. Oskar Schindler showed that he had the moral courage by helping the Jews during the holocaust. Oskar Schindler was a German that had helped many Jews that had worked for him and nourished them back to health. During the Holocaust, many Jews were taken prisoner and thrown into concentration camps. It was during world war 2 that Hitler had decided the holocaust was his best way of getting rid of the Jews.
Ernie Feld and Werner Klemke both defied the apparently unavoidable laws, and proceeded to conquer what was thought to be impossible, though with varying methods. Both Ernie Feld and Werner Klemke represent the truth that nothing is unattainable to those who believe that they can achieve the impossible. The men each prove this true in numerous ways. They survived World War II and saved many Jewish people, though the methods and tactics Ernie and Werner applied were distinctly different. What can be said, despite any similarities and differences they possess, is that Ernie Feld and Werner Klemke can inspire others to achieve the impossible as well.
Some people may call him crazy, but I think he is very brave for fighting for the lives of Jews and other people that were being put in those camps. “The younger brother of Hermann Goering is being considered for an honor given to those who saved the lives of Jews during the Holocaust.” He is so amazing that he was nominated and given an award for saving all of those lives, he may not be alive today, but he will be remembered for all of the things he did for all of those people. After the war, many lives were permanently changed, some scarred. Albert had a beautiful wife, named Mila, and they had a child, name unknown, but they were divorced after the war. His life was destroyed because of all the things that had happened to him during the war, “..Albert Goering found it hard to shake off the stigma of the family name and became depressed and alcoholic after the war.” He and his brother, Hermann, became somewhat close again, but their relationship was never the
Evidently, that we can be independent of God. ’The religious sentiment will compensate us for all our losses.’ But there aren’t any losses for us to compensate. (17.206) In this quote, Mustapha Mond argues that there simply is no need for God in a society with no fear nor unhappiness. “You can only be independent of God while you’ve got youth and prosperity”, Mustapha’s choice of words, youth and prosperity, symbolizes happiness and success. He explains these features to be key to the independence of God since age, unhappiness and fear all draw man closer to what is Godly and divine.
In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Jim is a Christ figure. As a Christ figure, Jim sacrifices himself for others’ welfare. Jim sacrificed his fidelity to protect Huck’s innocence. When Jim and Huck boarded the floating house, Jim entered first and he noticed a dead man with a gunshot in his back. Jim quickly recognized the face of Huck’s Pap, covered it up,
Unlike people who only care about themselves surviving in the war, the shoemaker risks his own life to be with Klaus, as an extremely brave man who puts others before him. As he accompanies the refugee group, the shoemaker gives people advice, such as telling Joana, “You must preserve yourself in order to help others.” (111) Instead of being selfish and worrying about himself, the shoemaker helps other people withstand the war by giving them guidance. Therefore, bravery is shown through the shoemaker, since he thinks about others and assists them. Wisdom and selflessness demonstrated by the shoemaker play a substantial role within the refugee group, as he helps people cope with the
He had been raised to listen and obey God. He had never thought of why he prayed, all he knew was that God commanded men to pray. Elie believed and trusted in God and did what he asked without questioning the motives. This shows that Elie had great faith in God when he lived in Sighet.
The entire book was about his survival through the concentration camps. He became imprisoned in these camps because of his religion, Jewish. But, he managed to still hold his faith while in the camp. Some examples of this were still praying at times of great fear, before meals, and trying their very hardest to celebrate their custom holidays. There were times when he questioned his religion as it wound him there, but he never lost his hope for the future.
To change things that are ruled by nature. We’re lazy. We expect one image of someone we’ve never met to cause miracles in our lives because we live by the word of the church, therefore we deserve it, because we’ve only been loyal to him. With the belief of God we’ve put an excuse for everything, instead of using logic and making a change for ourselves. Praying is essential when believing in God, but praying should be meant to thanking the invisible, not asking for more.
The Holocaust isn’t the only genocide to ever happen. There was Rwanda, Bosnia, Cambodia, and Armenia. All terrible events to happen. During those hard times, it’s important to have a good relationship with someone, like your father, to help you out and give you hope and motivation. Think about Elie, his father helped motivate him to keep going and he ended up surviving the Holocaust.
Many Holocaust survivors, like Solomon Radasky, have lost their lives to the Nazis and died trying to live each day during the Holocaust. Solomon Radasky cared about surviving in the camps because he wanted to survive, even though it seemed impossible for others. Solomon has shown that he had the will to work and take abuse in the camps in order to live the next day. To repeat what I’ve said, I have learned, by doing this report on Solomon Radasky, to be grateful for the life that I have right
I believe Tadeusz is a righteous person due to his extreme effort to help save the Abrahamers. Even though Tadeusz believed it was a “human obligation” to save the Jews, I believe he is one of the Tzadikim. He does not realize how much he is helping Jews by hiding them and risking his life. None of the commentaries we learn give Noah enough credit for what they could do today or in other generations. Although Tadeusz generation was not one of the best, he still probably would do other righteous things in other generations.
Daniel knew the heart of the Lord from the Scriptures and stood up and prayed for his nation and people. It 's not God 's will to send the disaster and to destroy His people, but through all these tribulations He wanted His people to turn from their sins and seek God 's favor and His truth. We