Kira is very full of life and energy for an 83 year old. Some of her zest for life comes from the fact that she just made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) on a Fellowship Freedom Flight from Kiev, Ukraine, along with her son, and she feels so blessed to finally live in the land of her ancestors.
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Dmytro and his wife, Maryna, felt overwhelmed as they witnessed their country fall apart in 2014. They knew they needed to flee Ukraine, so they took a Fellowship Freedom Flight to the Holy Land.
Olha and Arthur, along with their 2-year-old daughter, Yeva, and their 9-month-old old son, Dominik, made aliyah (immigrate to Israel) from Lvov, Ukraine, on a Fellowship Freedom Flight.
Sheiva remains kind and optimistic, even when challenges come her way. Although she is bed-bound, Sheiva often tells her family and friends that showing kindness will make life meaningful, no matter how bad things seem.
Netta, 84, lives alone in Kiev in an apartment that she keeps very neat and clean. As a child, Netta lived through the Holocaust. The Nazis caught her family as they were trying to flee Kiev. Fortunately, they were placed in a ghetto rather than a concentration camp, and they managed to survive the war. . . .