Lisa’s Journey to Israel Part 5

I posted links to the first four installments here.

You can find the link to the fifth right here.

A brief comment. I think that I would find these interesting no matter what. How ever given my near miss with moving to Jerusalem in ’95 it is even more compelling to me.

I try not to wonder about what life would have been like had I made the move. I cannot imagine not having my children, but in addition to being a father I am just a man. And the man wonders about the experiences he missed out on. I made my decision and I am comfortable with it, but sometimes there is an ache inside.

Anyway, read the story, it is good reading and quite interesting because it is real and easy to envision yourself in the situations described therein.

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