It is a mission of love



Gratitude to Kara Baskin and Jewish Boston (The Vibe of the Tribe) for this opportunity to talk about At The Heart of the Universe and the joys of adoption:


How have you ingrained various cultures into your family?

We’re very sensitive to that. We practice Buddhism, and we had a “Buddha-mitzvah” for her, with Chinese musicians, a minister and some Jewish elements. We feel part Chinese. We tried to do a synthetic kind of thing, and it was wonderful. Her classmates all stood up and said something, and it was like the United Nations.


Read the full interview here.


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