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Dead Language After graduating from high school in Dnepropetrovsk Ukraine with straight As a little girl went to college in order to fulfill her dream of becoming a medical doctor In Ukraine doctors do not make a lot of money drive fancy cars or live in huge houses Unlike American doctors Ukrainian doctors are underpaid and overworked Despite the horrendous working conditions and lack of money Ukrainian doctors receive enormous respect for what they do My mother was that little girl who tried to acquire this noble profession in an attempt to help people My mother did not care about long hours or poor salaries She would work without any compensation for month at a time Yet these conditions did not stop her from performing her job to the best of her ability She always thought that with the knowledge given to her she had a to the people who needed her help Despite my mothers hard work and dedication one thing always stood in the way of her dreams she was Jewish Being a Jew in Ukraine was a hardship in itself The Jewish community in Ukraine were hated and prosecuted for no cause or reason My parents were faced with the dilemma of having to live their lives in a country where their children would be prosecuted on daily basis The only logical solution for my family was to leave the country of birth and to move our lives to a place where the freedom of religion was engraved in the constitution Leaving everything and everyone behind we got on the airplane and flew to America The image of friends and family in tears waving goodbye remains engraved in my mind and heart forever By allowing the endless prosecution of Jewish people Ukraine has exiled a person with superior education and ability to cure Although everyone spoke the same language and played together as children Now As adults they could not look
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