Reminders are a good thing in life. The more poignant the reminder, the more effective it becomes in its work of reminding. Reminders of evil in human history cry out to contemporary culture for relentless vigilance.
Disaster lurks on the horizon for those societies who become inoculated to these reminders. The question remains whether we will hear the cry of alarm. I was recently confronted with a blistering reminder of the darkness and ruin of the human heart.