I don't think I'll even try to write something reflective about Yom HaShoah. None of my words could ever do it justice. I will, however, include two links that I feel appropriately set the moods for this day of observance: sorrow and, most importantly, hope.
The first is the true story of Rose Silberburg Skier, a Holocaust survivor who managed to escape death time and again. This is told in her own words in the form of an interview.
Second, I offer to you another story of faith and survival as told by David Bogner of Treppenwitz.
Much like the tale of Passover, the stories of the Holocaust need to be told over and over so that we never, ever forget.