Dr. Ihab Mansoure, a Christian-Israeli Arab from Akko (Acre), performs critical geriatric dentistry with her mobile dental clinic on homebound patients throughout the largest region of Israel, from Be’er Sheva to Ofakim and from Ashdod to Arad.
In-home geriatric dentistry
November 12, 2019
August 06, 2019
When you get these jobs that you have been so brilliantly trained for just remember that your real job is that if you are free, you need to free somebody else. If you have some power then your job is to empower somebody else. This is not just a grab-bag candy game.
Rest in peace. Your memory is a blessing.
February 18, 1931-August 5, 2019
April 09, 2019
Beautiful brave woman voting while her grandson watches. When he reaches legal age, he will remember this day.
September 17, 2018
|With Gaby, from Eritrea|
Meet four among English Level 3 students who completed the course along with a hundred more students of English (Levels 1 and 2), Hebrew (Levels 1-3), computer basics, Photoshop, photography, and pattern making and sewing! All classes are held in Tel Aviv's Central Bus Station.
|With Omar, from Darfur|
|Fellow teachers Hal and Judith flank Shibli and Ibrahim, both from Darfur|
Way to go, earnest dreamers working hard six days a week and attending night school two to four times weekly. Next semester begins in a few weeks.
September 08, 2018
|Rosh Hashanah greeting card and honey cake|
On September 9, 2010, Atlanta neighbors nine-year-old Taiwanese Peter Chiou and his mom, Sophia, gifted me the Rosh Hashanah greeting card and honey cake shown in the photo. Their greetings and cake remain timely and fresh.
The delightful Chiou family from Taiwan were my neighbors when veterinarian Tony Chiou was conducting research at Emory University's Yerkes National Primate Research Center. With Sophia, also a veterinarian, we shared foods, customs, books, and ideas. Just before Rosh Hashanah, I described our custom of eating apples dipped in honey, symbolizing hopes for sweetness in the coming year. They soon surprised me with their gifts.
This post was originally published September 9, 2010, 5771 in the Jewish calendar.
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