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Category Archives: Women and Profession

New ethics for the world: vision from Israel


Mirror Haviva Pedaya is a professor at Ben-Gurion University in the Negev where she heads the Elyachar Center for Sephardic Studies. Her interview with the Jerusalem Report of June 8, 2020 is interesting because she sheds light on the corona crisis from her knowledge as a scientist. It plays an important role in Israel today....
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A new job


A new job on Sukkot I have a new job and like to share with you the special way I got this job during the High Holyday at Succoth. For some time there was in me a desire not to work on the Sabbath, Saturday. The day I believe is the Lord’s special day of...
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Nurse since 1970


My life by Martha Voet Let me introduce myself. My name is Martha Voet. I am 56 years old and single. I was raised in a Protestant religious family. However, about 38 years ago, during my training to become a nurse, I came to faith personally. Since then I know that Yeshua has died for...
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I am a medical doctor


  Introduction Last year I wrote a story about my struggle to become a doctor, about identity. Reading this again I see how I have grown in my profession. Still, I like to share it with you, because of the search. I still wonder how other women take their place in society, in what they...
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