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Tag: Jewish Mothers
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Sometimes all it takes is a few words or a little touch to ignite a motherly connection.
In the case of Daphna Ziman, it was a little touch. A friend of hers needed to do community service in 1993, so Ziman took the friend to a charity that Ziman supported, the Sunlight Mission in...
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