Dar El Kabira
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... land 2500 years ago after the destruction of the Temples. “Historical” information begins when we learn about letters that indicate that Talmudic academies in Babylon are starting to play second fiddle to the Kirwan yeshiva in Tunis in the 900’s which then moves to Fes. Morocco becomes the home of the Rif, the Ran, and the Rambam and the Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law) and the Mishnah Torah become the seminal works of the Jewish world in the ...
Moving out of a family.
It's really a strange concept all-together. Over the past 7 weeks, I've fallen in love with a group of women. They don't know my favorite color, nor I, theirs. They don't know I like to sing in the shower, nor I, if they. They don't know I love to write in cursive, nor I, if they. But, they know me. The me that walks, breathes, pumps blood and heals wounds. There's a connection we've formed based on things language cannot seem to master.
... has been in full swing. We've managed to blow through our first textbook, and I'm struggling again to remember all the vocabulary, structures and pronunciations. Next week's Southern excursion will be challenging in all regards, but I want to take it as an opportunity to practice language and journalism in the field. This is the time to put everything I've learned to the test.
There's a desire ...
... for a fair price; I felt guilty for being unable to communicate. Communication has become not only the center of my studies, but the center of my world, and I felt as though I was failing myself and those around me by walking around in this bubble of English.
For a moment, I felt overwhelmed. I wanted to be able to tell the little girls running by how beautiful I think their hair is, and I wanted to ask the boys ...
... some street food which was chicken, livers and onions covered in spice mashed together and served in a bread roll. It was delicious and cost us all of 10dh which is about 75p.
The weather has been quite cold in the evenings and we’ve had a couple of rainy days. We were all going to head to Casablanca for the day by train but the day turned out our worst yet so most of us decided to stay in Rabat. ...
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