2 years ago
Studying at college in another state is stressful, but studying over the Atlantic Ocean literally means that your homesickness will be severe. Samantha Gross, an American college student who was studying in London, felt extremely lonely abroad and missed her family really bad, especially when the Passover came. Obviously, because Samantha was so far away from home she wasn’t able to celebrate this holiday with her family. But somehow she managed to find people to celebrate Passover with and here’s the story Samantha has posted on her Twitter. The Typical Student team is sharing Samantha's insights with you.
Samantha hadn’t had a single opportunity to celebrate Jewish holidays since she moved to London. However, Twitter helped her to change this situation. So this is how she celebrated the Passover in London with strangers.
Her story was so popular on Twitter that it became a Twitter moment.
And other Twitter users gave some feedback on this truly marvelous story.
Moreover, when Samantha’s dad had found out that a stranger helped his daughter to celebrate Passover, he made a Facebook post thanking James Masters for taking care of Samantha.
Samantha then said about her experience the following: "A stranger restored my faith that no matter where you are in the world, even thousands of miles away from home, you can always find a friend."
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