Posted on January 14, 2011 at 8:30 pm

Letter of the Week

Hailey S. from [email protected]has written to us and we think it’s such a great letter that we’ve inaugurated a “Letter of the Week” blog just for it. We might not get a good letter like this every week, or even every month … but when we do, we’ll share it with you. And we assure you, we haven’t changed a word or a letter, or corrected any spelling. This is exactly as we received it.

 

Hailey writes:

I think you have some serious issues, if this is what you are dedicating your life too. This man has a message, and has been changing lies. You can’t argue with the evidence. Just because you have some stupid false testimonies doesn’t mean they’re true. This is the biggest waste of time I have ever seen, life goes on.  & the past stays the same. You can’t change it. So why don’t you dedicate your life to something more important, like getting off of your computer. K, BYE.

Well Hailey, I’m not dedicating my life only to this, but right now it’s pretty important to me, I admit. You got me there.

I am glad you recognize that “this man” has been changing lies. You are way ahead of most in that recognition. Even though changing lies is one of the really strong habits of this man, most people refuse to notice it. You’re right, too, that no one can argue with the evidence for that—there’s just too much of it. And who can argue against your comment that stupid false testimonies are not necessarily true—especially if they’re false! Wow, you’ve nailed it.

If this is true, you shouldn’t think what I’m doing here is a waste of time. You are right, though, that life goes on. It does. Yet you say the past doesn’t go on, it stays behind and doesn’t change. Hmmm. That seems to mean that changing lies doesn’t work because you can’t change the past no matter how many lies you change. Now, that seems to me to be a reason to keep dedicating my life to this, and to stay on my computer. Can you see the logic? I hope so.

Hailey, I loved your letter and really hope you will write again. Even though you don’t like stupid false testimonies, keep reading this website (which unfortunately is full of stupid false testimonies) and let us know what you think. Bye now …Carolyn

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  1. by Kayla

    On February 4, 2011 at 8:16 pm

    I think you should plesae delete this or get rid of the name, okay. & I’m pretty sure she met lives. Don’t put her personal information out there for the world to see. Please.

     

  2. by Carolyn

    On February 5, 2011 at 8:18 am

    Kayla,
    There is no personal information given out. I didn’t give her last name or her email address. If you’re a friend of hers, please tell her to write again. If you’re Hailey, please write again. We love Hailey.

    You know, Kayla, I realize people get embarrassed by their little errors. But we need to put more information out there for the world to see, not less–in spite of how uncomfortable it is for some people. I’m sure Hailey is a sweet girl who believes she knows the truth about concentration camp survivors, and that I don’t. But it’s obvious she needs some education. I’m trying to educate people here. Maybe you and she should grit your teeth and really study the information with an open mind. It might turn out to be in your best interests after all.

    Thank you for writing. I’d like to hear more from you … and it goes without saying, from our dear Hailey.

     

  3. by Kayla

    On February 5, 2011 at 9:16 pm

    No, it’s not Hailey. I’m a friend, who cares about her. She is young, and does believe in concentration camps, so she should get educated. But she meant well, just a girl with a heart for something she believes in. I on the other hand, do agree with you. I do not believe in concentration camps, but simply making fun of what she wrote, I don’t believe in. You may not believe you are, but I ask sincerely that you delete what she wrote. I guess I will never understand why you are so consumed with her writing you back, but I just think we should leave matters alone and delete this.

     

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