07:41:26 PM Aug 1st 2011
07:39:10 PM Aug 1st 2011
Apparently not an example: the gist of this one is you can't save the world by saving one person, or even saving thousands upon thousands, but you can by saving the right one. For Oskar himself to be an example we need more concrete details: not enough just to be a very virtuous man.
- Schindler's List: Oskar Schindler. He was the only non Jew who was honored to plant a tree in a place called something along the lines of The Hall of the Righteous. He was declared Righteous Among the Nations, a distinction given to Gentiles (non-Jews) who risked their lives to help the Jews during the Holocaust. "Whoever saves one life saves the world entire."
10:08:44 AM Mar 19th 2011
"Make your suggestion as to possible representatives of the Tzadikim Nistarim below" Do we really want to encourage Wild Mass Guessing on trope pages?