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After the Worlds had finished, we drove to Jerusalem which was about a 2 hour drive from Haifa. When we got there we were still pretty tired from the worlds, so we just relaxed in the hotel and swam in the pool. The next day we got up early and went sight-seeing around the old city of Jerusalem. I have never seen so many Jewish men in big black …
... Afterwards we went shopping, led by our friend and tour organizer Karen Getman, who with her background selling artisan works, seems to be friends with half the craftspersons in the city. I bought a plaque from the pottery shop pictured below. I also bought birthday present for myself from a dealer in antiquities: a tiny pendant with a Roman mite coin--the widow's mite--set in silver by the shop owner himself.
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... stripped of his clothes, he dies, and he is taken down from the cross. Ehud explained that people from all over the world bring crosses, or any other item that may be significant, to touch the stone where Jesus laid. The 14th step was also in another part of the church which is the tomb where Jesus was buried. These locations are very transparent, we were able to touch the stone where Jesus laid when they stripped him of his clothes. We were also able to touch ...
... I am grateful I have gotten to see in my life time, because I know for so many people, who would have appreciated this opportunity far more than I have, this is the pinnacle of spirituality. It is the foundations of two major religions, and a holy site for even more. I may not be able to appreciate it as much as I should, but I am appreciating it as much as I can. One day I'll realize the true significance of what I did today, and be able to recognize what a truly amazing opportunity it ...
... days straight! It had a large outdoor sculpture garden, exhibitions about Herod, modern art, and Jewish Art and Life, all set in a huge campus so well architecturally designed that I often felt like I was the first person discovering each exhibit as I wandered down the massive halls. The Jewish section was a masterpiece; it included scaled models (maybe 1:4- size of a large room) of synagogues from around the world. Also reading the around some of the religious and ...
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