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Maimomides Hospital

Angel Guardian Home

These two Brooklyn buildings are my earliest roots. The hospital in Boro Park, where I was born and spent the first three weeks of my life, and the orphanage in Dyker Heights, where I spent the next nine months. 411 more words

“You know what’s good about being adopted?”

“What?”

“You cannot be disowned.”

And my heart cried all the more.

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12nn. Lunch time! I am with my office friend.

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Blogs

Crooked-Tailed Cat

Our cat has a crooked tail. My daughter has wanted a cat for a very long time. For her birthday, my husband took her to a nearby shelter and adopted a cat. 562 more words

Loving Adoption

Although it is such a hard process, and trauma is wrapped up in every edge, it’s absolutely beautiful. The dreams, the hopes, the ability to love another person so completely, and a new season to life. 68 more words

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The 'Family' Art Show

It was aptly named. I thought Husband was being a little lazy about it, honestly, at first, but man – was it aptly named. 820 more words

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Benefits of Nature for Children

“Never be within doors when you can rightly be without.” – Charlotte Mason

My family spend the day at Coopers Rock State Park on Monday and my daughters and I got in a conversation about Charlotte Mason and the benefits of nature. 607 more words

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Romans 8:12-17 Live by the Spirit

ROMANS 8:12-17

12So then, brothers and sisters, we are debtors, not to the flesh, to live according to the flesh — 13for if you live according to the flesh, you will die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live.14For all who are led by the Spirit of God are children of God.  252 more words

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