Strength through Sharing
Iron Butterflies Project
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Featured Iron Butterfly: Lori Levy
There is a phrase in Judaism often used when speaking of a deceased loved one, “Zikhronoh livracha,” which translates to, “may his memory be for a blessing.” It is a saying that can bring comfort to those who are grieving and memories of a loved one being blessings for those who remember. And more than that, it evokes a promise, to honor those memories and to carry forward the legacy that remains.
Memories of Lori’s father truly are her blessings. Her memories are a part of who she is, and a part of what she will pass down to her children. Those memories remind her that she is her father’s daughter. It is her promise to honor her father’s memory and keep his legacy alive.
Click below to read Lori’s story about her father.
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