Empathy paradise: Students at a Jewish Day School reflect on Zak Ebrahim’s experience growing up with an extremist Muslim father

One of the best school lessons I’ve read about . . . good for adults as well as children. ~ Linne

2 thoughts on “Empathy paradise: Students at a Jewish Day School reflect on Zak Ebrahim’s experience growing up with an extremist Muslim father

  1. Linne, I am so glad you shared this. Zak’s story is one of such sadness yet he turned things around and shows we don’t have to follow in the footsteps of our families. Most children feel pressured by family in some small way, I hope Zak’s story shows them they can create their own life path that resonates with them instead of following a parents dream for them instead.

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I look forward to reading your comments. ~ Linne

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