Never Far Away
The Auschwitz Chronicles of Anna HeilmanBook - 2001
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"Now, in the middle of the night, a black banner of smoke bursts into the sky, interrupted from time to time by leaping flames [from the crematoria], the souls of murdered victims. Where did these souls float? Nothing is lost in nature. There, even higher than the chimney, stretched the navy blue sky, studded with stars. What are stars? Maybe those are the flown-away souls. They twinkle at us so pleasantly, so encouragingly, giving us heart and sympathy as if wishing to help. At least something beckons. [p. 97]
Dawn approaches slowly. ... The stars vanish one after another. ...
Just like us, I think, we also wink out one after another. ... Here, too, life burns and goes out and there is a day following night. Is there going to be a day after our night? Are we going to live to see it?" [p. 98]
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