The smiling, redheaded father at school pick up

The victims of Tuesday's terorrist attack in Be'er Sheva

I have a redhead.

My youngest, Hadassah.

My fireball. My heart.

Everywhere we go,

people comment on her hair.

Redheads stick out.

We notice them.

And so I noticed

Rabbi Moshe Kravitzsky.

At pick up.

At my son’s school.

Each day.

Always smiling.

With his bicycle.

The one he was riding yesterday

when he was mowed down and killed.

Baruch Dayan HaEmet.

About the Author
Menucha Saitowitz earned her degree in psychology and religion from Dartmouth University in 2010. Since making Aliyah in 2011, She has worked to develop Israel's periphery, with an emphasis on the South. She loves that she and her husband are raising their 4 sabras in Be'er Sheva, the heart of the Negev
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