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 Last Wish before Death


By Dr. Claude Shema-Rutagengwa

Regional Coordinator

Great Lakes Peace Initiative (GLPI)


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Last wish  before death
  In a concentration camp in Siberia during Stalin's reign of
terror, a Russian and a Jew were sentenced to death. The commissar
told them, "Each of you can have one last wish before you die." The
Russian said, "I wish to make a confession." The   commissar brought
a priest, the Russian made his confession and was shot. The Jew said,
"I wish to eat a bowl of strawberries." The commissar protested,
"Strawberries!? In Siberia, in winter!!? Are you crazy? Where could
I find strawberries!?" The Jew replied, "Don't worry, I can wait.”
(Just to delay the day of death)


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