My story is different, but I relate to the horror the three families experienced not knowing if your child will survive.
You taught us how to live with the light of faith that defies even the darkest nightmare.
Without this quality, it's likely you would. With it, we can remain united.
Rachel Frankel said, “If tomorrow, God forbid, I’ll hear the worst news, I don’t want my children to feel that where did all my prayers go?”
Three women share their pain and reflections.
Do not let our heightened sense of unity, love and connection die out with their deaths.
Let us hope that 16-year-old Mohammad Abu Khdeir was not killed by a Jew.
We are a people who treasure life, surrounded by those who revere death.