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The author's feelings and ex periences in sharing the Holocaust with her own children and the children she addresses regularly in schools-are discussed in this paper. From her talks and exchanges with young people, it has been the author's experience that stories of how we lived, not perished, make the greatest impact on young and old listeners. Unless we know the people's lives and what the Jewish people, as well as society at large, lost through the deaths of countless bril liant, educated,doi:10.14263/2330-2976.1236 fatcat:2uchtv3levd5fozk63v335cc4e