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Rachel Leah Fry

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Rachel Leah Fry is wife, mother, and grandmother, living in Daphne, Alabama. She loves to learn and has recently begun to immerse herself in Jewish life and teachings. She is passionate about dogs, especially ex-racing Greyhounds, of which she has two.
I am learning that G‑d has the power to save each of us; He literally saved my life.
My new name held a softness to it, yet lent strength to my effort to heal and begin to live life again as a whole, and wholly new, person.
Recently, they experienced an event that has shaken their professed lack of belief.
I had always felt like a fraud in a church, quite torn, but didn’t know how to begin to live life as a Jew. So I slogged along, well into middle age, not knowing where to begin.
My journey to find my Jewish reality is fairly recent and in the beginning was quite tentative. When I began to seek out places to go to services, I had no idea how healing that would be.
My breath caught in my throat. The picture was so clear I felt I had walked into it.
I stepped into that world with preconceived notions of folks who just didn’t try hard enough … and I was so wrong!
Allowing yourself to step into a new and healthy reality from a traumatic past is a bit like zip-lining: If you don’t jump off the platform with trust that on the other side of the dense foliage before you there is another platform, then you will never be...
I stumbled a lot just looking for a place to be part of any group that would give me a jumping-off point.
In the light of that small shining candle, I saw his smile, which came easily, and often, and lit up the lives of those around him.
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