I have recently returned from a wonderful family trip to Central Europe. We all learned a lot while we were there. Some of the places were hard to visit, like Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Southern Poland. I felt a deep anger about the ‘othering’ of people that was enacted there. It was a hot windy dusty miserable day when we visited. The dust was swirling about by the wall where thousands had been shot to death. It was stiflingly hot in the gas chamber and crematorium. I was overwhelmed that so many lives were taken there, because they were deemed to be a threat, and different from the ‘right’ people.