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Jerry Farris

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Jerry Ferris served in the US Air Force and on the Battle Staff in the Block House with Generals Whitehouse and Moore. She is now the Commander of the JWV (Jewish War Veterans of the USA). She is a writer of a humor column for the Disabled Dealer Magazine in which she discusses the struggles of living with a physical disability. Most importantly, Jerry is the proud mother of twin girls and three grandchildren.
As we enter the classroom and take our seats, my heart beats a good bit faster. Anticipation is what they call it; lack of intestinal fortitude is my definition! Oh no! The teacher’s going to call on me next! What is she saying?
If, when we awaken, we marvel at the fact that we are alive, then we know that while we slept, it was G‑d who gave rest to our soul, who renewed that spark within it. And since our soul has been returned, we are beginning the day with a soul that has not ...
Overcoming the Reality, Stigma and Pain
I awoke one morning at 5 o'clock to go to my nursing job. When I tried to stand up to go shower, I suddenly found myself on the floor in incredibly unbearable pain – all over!
My father, of blessed memory, had been in one of the first American battalions to enter Auschwitz during WWII. What he saw there seemed to haunt him for the rest of his years...
As we age, what was bad in earlier years doesn’t seem so terrible now. So, if another year comes and goes, and I can’t remember everything I did, that’s okay. As long as I didn't say or do anything to hurt someone...
I bring to You, These feet of mine - Broken, hurtful, Yet willing to walk to You
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