Sheya Mendlowitz: My most moving ‘Abie Lyric’

No more could she hold back the tears, she cried out the sorrow of so many years… G-d’s love is but hidden, in time we’ll know why, but the heavens had told her it’s all right to cry

from “Teardrop” [Journeys 2], the ballad of an elderly woman who lost everything but her faith. So powerful.

And there’s Then we are not so different, we are very much the same, you do know who I am, I’m just like you, from “Who Am I” [Journeys 3], which really explains why it’s become the anthem of the special needs community and their families.

—Sheya Mendlowitz

Still on Fire

Abie Rotenberg