Sunday, December 27, 2009


I cannot abide Holocaust deniers. I can’t tolerate contemporary revisionist history of a political nature either. Both leave me angry and incredulous. But what tears at my heart is when someone I know personally, turns on a dime and creates an entirely new version of an experience. One day an event is perceived as positive; another day the same event is described in wholly negative terms. I imagine the work involved in reweaving the memories from good to bad is substantial. And I can’t fathom the benefit one would derive from the activity. I only know it saddens me.


dancingmorganmouse said...

O dear. I know what you mean.

Pink Granite said...

Hi DMM -
I'm sorry and glad to know you understand!
- Lee

Anonymous said...


I'm flabberghasted! (sp). Some folks will go to any lengths to revise history.

Pink Granite said...

Hi George -
Leaves me slackjawed too!
- Lee