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A poem of remembrance.
How my cross-country move changed me, but not my Jewish pride.
Psalm 96 says “Sing to God,” I say gladly.
Self-confidence and inner strength were my weapons in my mother’s battle against cancer.
I know I’ll work hard, but I’m eager to impact my special-needs campers’ lives.
On Rosh HaShanah the foods we eat are spiced with meaning.
Shabbat dinners and singing zmirot are among the highlights of my summer.
The popular summer film is anything but funny.
The train is leaving, but where is my Abba?
Leonard Adleman invented biocomputing, yet the scope of his interests is varied and inspirational.