Many Nazis said they were just following Hitler’s order for the sake of killing innocent people like Jews, Gypsies, Homosexuals and Mentally Impaired. This had blown my mind, that the Nazis had no control of their actions and responsibilities with demand that they would have to kill people otherwise there would be a certain punishment for themselves.

The last activity in the Sydney Jewish Museum, that had been introduced by Elie Wise, who was the survivor of the Holocaust  and had been through so much to reach his freedom here in Australia. The first thing he said to us was that life is precious and that you only live once so make you’se of it and treasure such a previllege. He had showed us how he was identified as a human being not by his name but a number which had been tattooed to his arm. Elie Wiesel is 92 and a half years old and shared his stories of what he been through the Holocaust. Elie had been harassed, beaten, hit, treated unfairly and he had still survived. I believe that Eddie was a very strong hearted man where he stands.  I had been very inspired of him.

As he was finishing up, he shared with us that his life is behind him and our future is in front of us and to change the world and bring peace to it.