Arrivals: A life organizer

Acknowledging the informality of her decision to make aliyah, Gold says that “coming to Israel was the best nondecision decision I ever made in my life.”

By ALAN ROSENBAUM
April 4, 2019 18:29
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MIRIAM GOLD - FROM NEW YORK TO JERUSALEM, 2012. (photo credit: RACHEL STRUMBERGER)

 
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