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Bridges of the human kind. Israeli-Arab and Israeli-Jewish children playing together in a gan (preschool) program that brings the two classrooms together evey week. Haifa, Israel, 2006. The program gets no funding from the state, and exists solely through the determination of the teachers and parents.

Comments (11)

Your photo and words are wonderful take on the theme, Amy. They touched my heart.

A very nice representation of bridges.

Barb Cabot:

Bridging the human spirit...so lovely.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Amy, I love your theme photo selection. Absolutely beautiful. One of the most important bridges to build in this world of ours for sure! Much Kudos to those dedicated teachers and parents.

This is quite lovely - the photos and the thought. Menehune

I love this representation of bridge. Beautiful photo. Love that this is done through the determination of the teachers and parents.

A wonderful metaphor for this week!

Wonderful choice for the theme.

I was hoping someone would post about a more human type of bridge. Yours is a perfect example.

Bridges of the very best kind! Love this post.


Amy, this is a great interpretation of the theme!

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