Elie Wiesel ~ In Memoriam
 



There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.

Elie Wiesel



Eliezer "Elie" Wiesel KBE was a Romanian-born American Jewish writer, professor, political activist, Holocaust survivor, and Nobel Laureate. Wikipedia 






Born: September 30, 1928, Sighetu Marmației, Romania




Died: July 2, 2016, Upper East Side, New York City, New York, United States


 
Eva Besnyo ~ Self-portrait
Eva Besnyö
Self-portrait
Eva Besnyo ~ A Step Into The Past
Nicole Dumont, Amsterdam – 1934
Eva Besnyö (Dutch-Hungarian Photographer)
Saul Bellow ~ On Advice
"When we ask for advice, we are usually looking for an accomplice."
Saul Bellow
Hannah Arendt ~ Culture Versus Entertainment
Culture relates to objects and is a phenomenon of the world;
entertainment relates to people and is a phenomenon of life.
Hannah Arendt
Irene Nemirovsky ~ A Feeling Of Solitude
“But she loved studying and books, the way other people love wine for its power to make you forget. What else did she have? She lived in a deserted, silent house. The sound of her own footsteps in the empty rooms, the silence of the cold streets beyond the closed windows, the rain and the snow, the early darkness, the green lamp beside her that burned throughout the long evenings and which she watched for hours on end until its light began to waver before her weary eyes: this was the setting for her life.”
― Irène Némirovsky, The Wine of Solitude
Marc Chagall ~ Art From The Heart
Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso, St. Paul de Vence, 1955 -by Philippe Halsman
'When I work from my heart, almost everything comes right, but when from my head, almost nothing."
Chaim Potok ~ A World Without Patriotism
Every man who has shown the world the way to beauty, to true culture, has been a rebel, a 'universal' without patriotism, without home, who has found his people everywhere.

Chaim Potok
Saul Bellow ~ A Good Man
"He asked himself a question I still would like answered... 'How should a good man live; what ought he to do?'
Dangling Man~ Saul Bellow
Published in 1944, Dangling Man reflected contemporary intellectual preoccupations with the nature of freedom.
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Isaac Bashevis Singer ~ On Creating
"Every creator painfully experiences the chasm between his inner vision and its ultimate expression."
Isaac Bashevis Singer