Dina, in the motherly way that characterizes her, wiped the tears from my face. Dina had an intimate
Some of the memories from working together at the Quarter College.
At one of the staff meetings at the Midreshet HaRo'at, Dina spoke about her lack of love for cooking: "It's not enough to invest in it - at the end you eat and finish it" ...
During a discussion on the security situation, Dina said: "Who would have believed that I, a spoiled American, lived in a place where shots were heard all the time?"
Dina decided not to pursue a doctorate as she thought, and instead chose to take care of the soul, she decided to enroll in a course at Beit Vedan College, a course that was creative and created good dynamics and Dina gathered new friends.
On Hanukkah (about two months before the murder), I met Dina and she told me about a session they had at the college ahead of Hanukkah on the subject of light and candles. When she told me this I was so excited and started to shed tears, Dina, in the motherly way that characterizes her, wiped the tears from my face. Dina had an intimate ability to participate, to feel.