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January 15, 2009


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When my son (my Daniel!) was born 2 1/2 months premature, and then came within a whisker of
dying, and then got pyloric stenosis, we were
naturally thrilled at the moment of his bris, even if it was months late by the standard
calendar. Tons of family showed and we wanted
to make a few comments, other than prayers,
before the actual circumcision.

My husband read aloud IT CAN ALWAYS BE WORSE.


What a great story. And thank you for sharing it.
This little book obviously strikes home--and I wonder if the author has any idea how many lives she has touched in such profound ways.


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