The Press Newspaper
Put a flea in a jar with a glass lid and it will quickly learn its limits by jumping up against the glass ceiling. Remove the lid and the flea will not jump out of the jar although it has the ability to do so.
Who will remember the evil that one man can’t forget?
For more than a half-century, East Toledoan Mitchell Garwolinski has carried the images of the Holocaust. Images such as a young mother and her infant being murdered by a Nazi guard, the bleached bones of massacred children rising from the sinking sand, guard dogs devouring a starving Jew whose only crime was to reach for scraps of food left in the dog dishes and the image of himself as a young boy driving a wooden stick through the eye of a Nazi guard during his first escape from a concentration camp.
Would the jump be fatal, Susan Lowe wondered.
She was mesmerized by the rushing water crashing on the shards of rock 100-feet below. No one else was at the nature preserve. No one to interrupt her debate with herself.
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