Eden House TLV
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... nations abstained.
Sitting in the actual room was a real experience for us all. A humble stage, chairs, carpet and curtains had all been hurriedly borrowed from a cafe on that day 67 years ago.All things were hurriedly organised right down to the last hour on that special day!
The Jewish guide told us that USA President had told David Ben-Gurion not to declare independence yet!To which David Ben-Gurion replied.... what are the odds? It's now or never. ...
... I was wrong. Going through the markets I couldnt help myself and bought a couple of T shirts and some thongs.
Tomorrow I am going to catch the train from here to Jerusalem and try to find somewhere reasonable to stay.
Well that was a pain. I was in bed in my room when a guy came to see me. He said I could only have the room for 2 nights but I would still have to pay for 3 nights for 2 people. He wanted 470NIS. I told him the woman this morning said ...
... style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">After hearing the professor speak, I went out to dinner with a group of 40ish people. One thing I love about Jews is that they're constantly feeding you. I felt a huge sense of comfort being around people from the Detroit area, and being able to tell them I was actually from Huntington Woods, not Detroit. One of the main women looked just like my Grandma Glor and knew every young persons parents. ...
... al. Each have two summits linked by a saddle. When the sun rises or sets over the saddle it is considered especially holy, symbolizing the male aspect meeting the female aspect of God. This was never more clearly expressed than when the Kabbalists of Tzefat would see the sun setting over that saddle and sing Lecha Dodi, celebrating the wedding of God and the bride Shabbat. Mt. Sinai, too, has this form, and I can vouch for that personally, and recently.
... we got at Prana Yoga College. The yoga there was what I'll call sleepytime yoga. Not what we were expecting, but still fun.
The entrance is a bit hard to find as it's at the back of a building. You'll know you're there by the pile of shoes out back. Enter, and the greeting area looks like it was decorated by some hippies. It's calm, and they offer you tea.
They had a free class, but we took the class with live music. The class ...