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Veterinarian Dr. Daniel Gorenstein and his siblings were raised on a farm that raised sheep and grew macadamia nuts, a symbiotic experiment that was his grandmother’s idea.

November 15, 2017 20:05
FOLLOWING HIS mother’s advice, Dr. Daniel Gorenstein came to Israel on a five-month Masa Israel prog

FOLLOWING HIS mother’s advice, Dr. Daniel Gorenstein came to Israel on a five-month Masa Israel program.. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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A traumatic moment in an otherwise ordinary day can push the reset button on a person’s life.

For Dr. Daniel Gorenstein, a Brazilian veterinarian, it was a misplaced kick in the knee during a soccer game that set him on a wildly different path. While recovering and rehabilitating from surgery over the course of several months in 2009, he began to ponder what to do with the rest of his life.


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