WENDY FIELDING, 68 FROM LONDON TO JERUSALEM, 2012.
(photo credit: LISA SAMIN)
Wendy Fielding left a thriving psychotherapy practice, family, friends and a comfortable life in London to live in Israel. At the age of 62, different elements in her life shifted, giving her the inspiration to make aliyah.Fielding grew up in Hampstead, London. At the age of three she began ballet lessons, and at 12 she was accepted to the Royal School of Ballet. “My parents did not think that this was a good career for a Jewish girl, so I didn’t go,” laughs Fielding. “They were probably right.”
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