Passover: It’s never too early

We have the freedom to choose what we do, and we should value this and teach the beauty of it to the next generation.

April 11, 2019 10:55
Passover: It’s never too early

‘THIS HOLIDAY is a wonderful opportunity for your children to see the power of giving.’. (photo credit: PIXABAY)


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