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Monks pass in black robes before whitewashed
Patches erase past mistaken erasures, corrections
Replaced on the wall. Holes are blasted
Coughing fine powder out in harsh explosive smoke.
Walls contain secret rooms we want to believe in.
The way skulls contain the seeing, white smoke black powders and
Thoughts contain walls.
... and walked into the Old City. The first major part of the city was the old Hurva Synagogue which stands in the "Rova" in the entrance to the city. We met Lee Schwartz for lunch at the revered "BBQ" restaurant, where the shawarma is awesome! So, we went to the Kotel after that and wrapped Tefillin and recited the "Shema", which happens to be the most important "Bracha" or prayer in the Jewish faith. ...
... nearly 3 million trees were planted by the Jewish National Fund (JNF) from the donations of Americans, big and small.
The memorial was opened to the public this week for the holiday of Sukkot and we meet Elon, the JNF guide, who gives us the history of the memorial and the area where we are standing.
We see that the Massachusetts column was given in honor of our late Rabbi, Sam Chiel, and the West Virginia column ...
... it was fabulous. Then we drove to Jericho which is off to the left on that main northern road. Jericho is the lowest city on Earth at 258m below sea level and also claims to be the oldest city on Earth having been inhabited since 8000 BCE. Occupation of old Jericho ended at the time of the Babylonian exile in 586 BCE. This is the place that Joshua conquered in 1200 BCE by marching around the walls blowing the ram's horns. The site of the ...