Friday, December 5, 2008

Forgive?

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Should Jews forgive the Nazis for what they did or they should they not. Elie Wiesel as well as the Jews faced death during the holocaust witch is something that would be very difficult to face. He should not forgive the Nazis for all of the killings of there family’s, also the Nazis killed his mom and his father and his sister. If a group of people or other wise known as the Nazis killed your family it would just ruin your life and you would have to live with your family dead for the rest of your life. For him being a young age having to live with no family for the rest of his life would be something hard to forgive. What the Nazis did to the Jews was terrible they treated them like dirt and they pretty much brought them to hell and very few got out alive. If you put your self in their shoes and went through what they did and they killed your family would you forgive them?

9 comments:

Darius said...

sure you wouldnt be able to forgive them right away but in a great period of time i think you could. Shouldnt everyone deserve a second chance. Sure if i was in his shoes i would hate them for a long period of time but then after many years i think i would be able to forgive them so that i can live through life without all that hatred.

E-Dizzle said...

To answer your question I would forgive them. Now I'm not saying I would walk out of the camp and say "See ya later, its been real." I would probably be angry at them for a while and it would be a gradual process to let it go, but without letting it go you cannot move on. Its like the first time you get your heart broken, you hate that person for a while and its hard to move on, but eventually you have to to get on with your life.

Senior 09 said...

It would be hard to go through your family getting killed and your friends and the people around you but forgiveness takes time and that would eat away at you if you never forgave them

Whitney said...

Yes I would forgive them after a period of time. Its not good to have hatred inside of you for your entire life. Dwelling on the past is disasterous to your soul.

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Sam said...

At first I dont think you could forgive them but over time you are going to have to face that your family is gone and move on. i know that it will be the hardest think of your life but you have to forgive. Everyone deserves a secound chance.

Constance said...

My answer would be yes I would forgive them for all the horrible things they did to me and my family. Forgiveness is a process and can be rather slow for some people. You just have to get past all you anger and hatred to forgive someone. You will always have this unsettling feeling towards the people that do bad things to and hurts you, but it does not mean that they do not deserve a second chance. If you hurt someone and felt guilty about it wouldn't you want them to forgive you?

Jared Andrews said...

It would be extremley hard for me at first, but inside me there would be this burning urge to forgive them. My body would not even think about forgiving them, but my heart would. I would do my best to follow my heart in this hardship where all i have is myself, my family and possesions are all gone. It would take several years to consider that possibility but it would eventually need to be done, or there would be this emptiness in my life. Yes, i would forgive them.

Jordan said...

I agree with this post and it was well written. The only thing I do not agree with is your family getting killed and it ruining your life. If someone dies in your family you eventually get the strength to move on with your life. Im not saying that it makes it alright for the Nazis to have killed all those families and they should not be forgiven. But someone strong enough would be able to overcome such tragedies and live life.