"It’s not the ending that scares me, it's all the things that didn’t end."
"Maybe I will look back on this Rosh Hashanah with the same bewilderment I feel looking back on my seven-year-old self."
"What message did it send to me as a little girl when I had my hair straightened for special occasions?"
"At camp I found people that I could relate to at the core, something that I never really found in my hometown."
"There are plenty of ways to stay connected—for as long as it takes until life returns to normal."
Two letters: one from the first day of Sarit's first year of high school, the other from the first day of her last year of high school.
"Gender non-binary students are often overlooked in the classroom."
"The best thing for us to do is to stay strong and stay connected."
"The pandemic took away the control I had over my life, bringing out more pain and overwhelming emotions."
How do you recognize the last time you will do something?
"After talking to the same people all day every day, I’ve found that I yearn for some time alone."
"My safta had passed away, alone."