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Posted on Jul 19, 2011

in the schoolyard

in the schoolyard

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we saw some big and small miracles at work in the schoolyard in la lucha de la tigra…

Here, our eldest, Dahnya, learns how to play a new version of an old favorite game we play in Israel. We’re at the farm school in La Lucha de la Tigra in Costa Rica. It’s a simple, yet magical moment when we witness our kids playing with others, bonding, though they both speak foreign tongues.

Here in the farm community in La Lucha de la Tigra in Costa Rica, we found, along with Julio and the rest, ants. What a wonderful school the world is turning out to be.





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