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Václav Vacek: Doesn’t Life End with Death?

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  • Where: Václav Havel Library, Ostrovní 13, Prague 110 00
  • When: January 16, 2018, 19:00 – 21:00

Are you also tormented by the meaningless of death? Not just when loved ones die? We humbly ask whether posing questions is futile or a privilege of ours. There are more questions than answers. Hopefully we will get closer to some of the answers.

Meeting with Václav Vacek, the parish priest in Letohrad.

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Diary entry for 26 April 2005, To the Castle and Back

„When such events happen, there is inevitably a call for the further homogenization of society,; we get rid of the Jews, then Germans, the bourgeoisie, then dissidents, then Slovaks – and who will be next in line? The Roma? Homosexuals? All foreigners? And who will be left? Pure-blooded little Czechs in their own little garden. It’s not just that such a position or, ultimately, such a policy is immoral, it’s also suicidal.“

Václav Havel:
Diary entry for 26 April 2005, To the Castle and Back, 2006

The unbearable lightness of evilVáclav Havel’s Prague