• It is a form of tribute; the more strongly one felt presumably the larger the stone. The size of such cairns, or stone piles, used to be a show of how respected one was, or how many lives they had touched, etc. A lasting memorial in stone as opposed to flowers. A simple mark of respect for those who could in olden times afford little more.
  • Jewish Tradition.
  • it showed real life survivors who worked in schindlers factory paying tribute to him.

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