By far one of the darkest episodes in the history of mankind, the Holocaust offers each of us a time to pause to remember those who perished at the hands of a madman, as well as those who managed to survive against great odds, only to be haunted forever by the horrific memories. Holocaust quotes are penned by some of the greatest writers, poets and essayists of our time, giving us tremendous perspective, helping us heal, allowing us to remember, helping us grieve and hopefully, reminding us that such a crime against humanity all humanity must never be allowed to happen again.
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Buddha was born into a luxurious life as an Indian prince. His name means "the Awakened One," and he eventually became the originator of Buddhism. At age 29 he began his search for the cure of humanity's sorrow through peace and harmony with everything and everyone. His concept of karma, that what we put into the universe comes back to us, is a fundamental teaching of Buddhism that is still well-known today. He is said to have attained enlightenment during long meditation under a Bodhi tree, at which point he became Buddha until the age of 80, when he died in Kushinagar. Buddha Quotes
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