July 3, 2016


"To forget the dead would be akin to killing them a second time."

- Elie Wiesel


A-7713. A tattoo that pierced deeper than his pale skin. The beginning of one of the world's most epic tragedies. Elie Wiesel's life had been reduced to a letter and a few numbers, his heritage marred his chances of survival. Night was such a profound book, such a deeply disturbing piece of literature. Beyond being literature, this was history. A very real part of history. History that continues to have a pulse nearly nine decades later. Elie was a beacon from a dark time in human history. 


If you have not read Night, do it.


Thank you for your bravery, Mr. Wiesel. Aloha. 




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