Dance is a Universal Language by Ben McMahon

February 24, 2018




This morning we attended school with our friends from Alliance. Shortly after, we all went to the Alon School to visit fifth and sixth graders to discuss helping others. The most meaningful part of the day was when all of us went to the out to courtyard at Alon and danced around outside. This was meaningful because regardless of our grade or what country we were from we were all able to connect and have fun (click on video above to watch). In the afternoon we attended a local temple. While the service was nice, the forced division of men and women separated our group and made the whole experience far less enjoyable. In the evening we returned to the homes of our Israeli hosts and enjoyed nice dinners.

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