Neo-neocon has two remarkable posts exploring people who help others at great risk to themselves because their humanity demands it.
She calls it When Light Pierces the Darkness. They are the people you instinctively trust.
The following is the statement of hers that led me to believe that she shares the motivation of those Holocaust rescuers who declared that they simply could not do other than what they've done, whatever the personal consequences. Her decision was made some time ago, and now it's more important for that she speak out than to protect her life or even the lives of her relatives:
"I have no fear," she said. "I believe in my message. It is like a million-mile journey, and I believe I have walked the first and hardest 10 miles."Posted by Jill Fallon at March 15, 2006 11:12 PM | Permalink