For more features such as rating resources and marking favorites, login or sign up now!
- ("I am reminded of a story told by Art Buchwald about a taxi ride he took in New York City one day with a friend of his. When they left the taxi, his friend told the driver: 'Thank you for the ride. You did a superb job of driving.' The driver looked stunned for a moment and then asked if he was being a wise guy or something...")
- ("During the Second World War, Jewish people fleeing Nazi persecution were able to find refuge in a village in the mountains of southwest France called Le Chambon. The story has become well known because this was an enterprise not just of single heroic households of or religious houses but of a whole rural community...")