A Jewish man was going to visit Auschwitz with his wife. The couple had been fighting the4 night before and the next morning were still fuming. When the tour ended, the wife, her eyes streaming with tears, said to her husband, “That puts everything in perspective and ought to make both of us realize how foolish our fighting was.” The husband gave his wife a cold look and said, “It’s too late. You ruined Auschwitz for me.”
From Michael Krasny, “Let There be Laughter”
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