There was a time, where all that was Jewish was hated, disrespected and tortured. They survived it historically didn’t they? Historically, their story is told, the pain is felt but the movement of the people, collectively, are strong. The hardest part of their history never paints them out to be the marginalized kind or the kind to feel sorry for but rather the kinds to feel admiration for their strength, unity and foundation. The part of their history that caused the most pain did not define them as less than human although they were treated like that during the holocaust. It is an amazing recovery from what was then to what is now but how exactly was that achieved and can we achieve that as a nation full with such a bloody past?