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Children’s Innocence

Shalom, a 2nd grader in Monsey, NY lost his mother to cancer just last week. After the emotional roller coaster of their mother’s long and debilitating illness, Shalom and his brother were orphaned.
Chai4ever’s Director of Crisis Intervention, Moshe Borowski, was asked to speak to Shalom’s classmates and friends to address their concerns before he came back to school.
Moshe began with a discussion of how they could treat their friend with sensitivity and respect.
He was blown away by the compassion of the 8 year olds when Yehuda said, “We all agreed to give Shalom our tickets from last week’s raffle. That way, he’ll be sure to win the prize.”
“A child is an adventure into a better life — an opportunity to change the old pattern and make it new.” -Hubert Humphrey

Posted by Chai4ever on June 1, 2016

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