Elie Wiesel on The Epitome of Evil
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"Indifference, to me, is the epitome of evil."
— Elie Wiesel
There are times when indifference is more dangerous than hatred.
Hatred causes change. It makes you so uncomfortable, that you won't bare stand it any longer.
Indifference slowly boils, until it's too late.
What part of your life have you settled on being lukewarm that you're unhappy about?
Take a step of action to solve it today.
Creator Fact 👤
Elie Wiesel was a writer, professor, and Holocaust survivor. He authored 57 books, and was awared a Nobel Peace Prize. His most popular book, Night, was written based on his experiences as a Jewish prisoner in the Auschwitz and Buchenwaldconcentration camps.
Night was not an instant classic that some may have thought it was. First published in 1960, it took 3 years to sell the first 3,000 copies.
It's biggest selling moment came 46 years after it was released, when Oprah added it to her book club. Almost immediately after, it went on to sell 3 Million copies in United States.
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