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... may be something I'm not even ready for, but I still long for it. You can't force things like that. Finding intimacy, finding the right partner, your best friend. One thing that you can control is who you choose to invest your time in. There is something beautiful about knowing what I want. I need to embrace that instead of feeling hollowed by it.
Another thing I've realized about myself is that I have the tendency to think ...
... and one of the men gave Glenn a blessing. We visited the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of Jesus' crucifixion, burial and resurrection. This church is shared, uncomfortably, by 6 Christian denominations but the main control is by the Greek Orthodox. Each one has there own responsibilities and even minor infringements can cause hostility. In the photo of the church there is a ladder under a window and the story is that it has ...
... local time, I was excited to be done traveling. I left the airport and went to Jerusalem to stay the night at the Holy Land Hotel. I was exhausted but excited and it was very difficult to sleep my first night in Israel. But at last, I am here and I am officially beginning my journey through the Bible lands. Tomorrow will be the first day of many to ...
... stone. The church itself is quite grand. It was originally built in the 300s by the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine, the one who converted to Christianity. It was wrecked and rebuilt a couple of times and is currently being renovated because the roof was leaking again. The scaffolding took something away from the experience, but it was still pretty good.
The church is built in the shape of a cross and there are a total of 3 different church sections. There is ...
... fenced off areas with sign that said "Danger, Mines." At this point in the day our guide, Alon, informed us that the border with Syria had been closed 2 days ago because Assad and the rebels started fighting near the border. We hopped back on the bus and headed to the Banias for a hike. Banias used to be called Panos for the Greek god Pan, but was renamed because there is no P sound in Arabic. It's believed to be his hang out spot, and I can ...