I was deeply moved by Jonathan Mark’s story about the Fogel family (“A Long-Distance Shiva For The Fogels,” March 25). Especially the way in which he imagined the last Shabbat night that the Fogel family spent together before the horror engulfed them.
His stories are written with such sensitivity and earnestness that they remain with me even months after I read them. He is somehow able to penetrate to the heart of the matter in the most remarkable way. I look forward to future articles.