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Crossroads. Again.

It's really difficult to write an update about myself in the middle of a war. It feels self centered or selfish or just wrong. The war raged on. There was a ceasefire. Now, it's apparent that the ceasefire ended with missiles and rockets being launched in every direction, including a few at my neighborhood last night.

There are few things more despicable than cancer. One of them is terrorism. Living under constant threat of death and destruction and at the complete mercy of God and the Israeli Army and the Iron Dome is very stressful. more info

Chai4ever in Israel

Chai4ever has expanded its operations to Israel! Our programs and services in Israel are making life easier for over 60 families this summer.

Trips, Travel, Friendship and Fun!

We have organized a summer camp for young children, ages 7-11, whose parents are seriously ill. The trip gives patients and their spouses a break while their children tour Israel for a week of new experiences and new friendships. “It’s really special to be with friends who understand what I am going through at home,” Shani remarked. The group will travel throughout the country, from the Golan Heights more info

Hopefully it’s Nothing….

In the past couple of weeks, I've been hoping for nothing. To some, that might ring pessimistic.  As missiles rain down on my country, air raids sounding off in every city of Israel, each of us prays and hopes that our home won't be hit. And if my house is hit, God forbid, hopefully it's nothing.... Hopefully we'll be in the bomb shelter and only the house will be destroyed. When the Iron Dome takes down a Gazan missile over Tel Aviv, hopefully it's nothing.... hopefully no one will be hit with more info

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