My daughter is on the March of the Living. The March is a two-week trip for Jewish teens and young adults that comprises one week in Poland and one week in Israel. In Poland, the young people tour the Warsaw ghetto, various old synagogues, cemeteries and, of course, the concentration camps. Yesterday was Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day. Yesterday, 10,000 Jewish young people from all over the world marched from Auschwitz to Birkenau, symbolically retracing the steps of those unfortunate souls. In the photo above, taken in a Jewish cemetery in Kielc, Poland, my daughter is on the left, being comforted by David Shentow, a Holocaust survivor from Ottawa. It is a very emotional for these youngsters. I am very proud of my daughter, for having the courage to go on this life-changing trip so far away from home and family. But I will also be very happy to have her home again.