“We fled Germany on November 9th, 1938. It was called the Crystal Night, because there were demonstrations against Jews all over Germany, and many windows were being broken. We were living on the outskirts of Hanover. When my father came home from work that night, he told us that the synagogue was on fire, and that firemen were standing in a ring around it to prevent the flames from spreading to other buildings. He said: ‘We’re getting out of here.’”
What would you say to this teenage generation?
It’s okay to be scared. I was terrified of everything — still am. But tune out media for a while. It wasn’t until I shed television for ten years that I seemed to calm down and fuse my education with my experience and learn the skill of writing. Everything I thought would destroy me ( huge terminal mistakes ) forced me to write and gave me a new life.
bitch about how much “technology is ruining society” all you want. im gonna go communicate with hundreds of people at once while u fuck the stonehenge