Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Directors tshuvah, A Community’s Support and A Son’s Empowerment

Originally posted on Embodied Torah:
Just a little more than 48 hours ago, I was told that my blind son Solomon needed to come home on Sunday. It was a decision made by the director of Camp Ramah in Canada…

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Why the Bubble Matters

This morning I read a father’s blog post that broke my heart (http://embodiedtorah.wordpress.com/2012/07/18/why-my-blind-son-is-returning-from-camp-ramah-in-canada-a-month-early/). The author’s son, Sol is in his fifth summer as a camper at Camp Ramah in Canada and was told that he would have to leave Camp … Continue reading

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