Kristina Tamer, Mona's friend, US
I was with you both and it brings so much sadness to my heart to hear that you Mona Daniella is just gone. So quickly. This is a lesson that all of us Brianna Irene S have to stay in contact and stick together. We need each other more then we think. Love you Mona! You were always so sweet with a heart of gold. Thank you for touching our lives.
Boni Salis, Turkey
So sorry for your loss... may she rest in peace....
Kate Ostrow-Yadan, Texas, US
Esther the Yadan family love you and hold you in our arms. We will never forget the joy Mona and Mac added to our wedding day!
Amnon Kashi, California, US
Hi my friend,
My thoughts are with you and my prayers to G'd to give you strength to guid and take your family to better and happier future. Please read this poem written by one of the most talented poet in Israel. She was only 20 when she arrived in Israel in the early 1900. She did not know Hebrew but learned and mastered the Hebrew language and inspired many other poets in Israel. She died very young from a disease in her lungs (at the time there was no cure). This poem refers to the tragedy of משה רבינו who did not make it to the promised land of Israel. He was told to go up to Mount Nevo הר נבו to see all the beautiful land of Israel and die .
מנגד תראה את הארץ ושמה לא תביא״"
She (רחל המשוררת ) ends her poem by saying " every man on this earth has his own הר נבו״". But loosing a child is the highest הר נבו״ . When I am sad I love reading her poems.
Please call me when you have the time. I send you my hugs
Mona cooking... DEFINITELY Tia Ivette's lesson