This summer I returned to Poland for the third time. Each time I go to Poland I leave Israel with ambivalent feelings. It is never easy to leave one’s family (with small children) during summer vacation and this time we left during a war. We are all connected to soldiers they are our brothers and children. We prayed for their safety and hoped that the merit of our work in Poland would stand with them now. It was especially hard for us to leave for Poland without our principal Aryeh Geiger. His presence has been an integral part of our experience in Poland.