Today is Holocaust Memorial Day. It’s in commemoration of the Jews killed in Auschwitz. But to me, this holiday should be for holocaust victims all over the world. There have been Holocausts in Africa, Asia, South America, North America, Australia, and I’m not too sure, Antarctica. I think Antarctica has always been too cold and there aren’t too many people who live there. But maybe, there have been Holocausts of animals. They count, too. Animals have feelings and if there’s been a holocaust about the animals, they should also be honored. All living things that breath have feelings, too.
So I dedicate this blog today to all victims of holocausts all over the world, not just one country. And I also dedicate this blog to all the targets who are suffering every day of their lives. We really don’t know how many targets have been killed, so we can’t say there hasn’t been a holocaust of targets. Maybe one day we’ll find out the truth about targets.
My immediate response was, a free trip to space, of course. But the more I thought of it, the less fascinating the free trip to space seems to me. The free trip to space would just be going up in a rocket and staring down on earth. I’ve seen enough photos of earth from space. I don’t think I have to go up in a rocket to see earth. And it’s only a one time deal.
Free international travel for life, now that’s something I can definitely handle. And the international travel is for life. I can go anywhere and see anything I want. I can see myself traveling to China, Africa, North Pole, Peru, Chile, Australia, etc. I would arrange my travel plans according to seasons. I would always want to be in a country that has warm weather. So if the U.S. is cold, I’d head to Australia, where it’s summer. I’d never have to put with snow or cold weather, unless, of course, I wanted to. Don’t wake me up from this dream.