[The trip to the Soviet Union] encouraged me as an individual to continue my work in the Jewish community. Sometimes the agenda has changed. But it kind of all turns around, because my youngest, who is almost fifteen, is really interested in the Dnepropetrovsk project. And she really wants to go there and make a difference. I just visited her at camp on Sunday and she asked me about it again. So it's like it's come back. Here's this kid, thirty-five years later, who wants to go back, to go over to Russia and make a difference. I don't know if it's inbred, if she just gained this genetically, or if she just learned it from us, the importance of volunteering and doing something that does make a difference.
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