DAVID • Think: Linor’s Story

This month’s piece in David (click the cover for the complete issue) feature’s a former Israeli beauty queen who survived a brutal attack and has not only survived, but is thriving as a lawyer and victim’s rights advocate. Linor Abargil‘s story is amazing and inspiring (and just for fun, she has a Lithuanian connection as well – her ex is Šarūnas Jasikevičius)

Additionally in this issue is the work of Gerda Liesiene, a Lithuanian journalist who’s piece on setting good habits is a fun way to start the year.

Enjoy the magazine and Happy New Year!

Categories: Articles, Writing | Tags: , , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “DAVID • Think: Linor’s Story

  1. AAron

    Good piece.

  2. Pingback: A Small (Lithuanian) Town Christmas | Getting the Hang of Thursdays

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