Something that I found interesting from the Why I write: Make No Become Yes is Elie Wiesel's reason to write. "This sentiment moves all survivors; they owe nothing to anyone, but everything to the dead."(pg. 17) This quote stuck with me because he wanted the survivors to remember the dead, and make there deaths have meaning. A lot of people died in the Holocaust, and Elie was one of the lucky survivors. He has been writing in order to remember the past to tell stories of the people who died. He wants us to never forget so that history doesn't repeat itself and doom our future.
|Me being cute|
|Me and Benjamin Kim saving a baby bird that we named Pete.|