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... not really thought about. It also was a lot clearer and easier to understand once it was laid out in front of me. It was a really cool discussion. It intensified the on-ground experience of Israel and its history, and provides much food for thought.
After motzei Shabbat ...
... Art Fair. For Shabbat, we participated in a lively egalitarian service at the Tel Aviv Port, followed by a festive Shabbat dinner and an exciting night of games and snacks to celebrate America's Independence.
On Saturday, July 5th, we started the day with Shabbat services led by some of our teens, followed by a discussion on Jewish identity. We then enjoyed a relaxing afternoon which included family and friends ...
... Jewish culture –e.g., the twins became “Cain and Able”; the lion became”King David, the Lion”; etc.). I would say I have seen more mosaics, ancient and contemporary, in Israel than in any other place I have ever been.
We continued heading south along the Jordanian border which is very dry and very desert-like. We saw camels and clumps of palm trees scattered in the landscape, looking like mini-oases that one sees in ...
... meet Iris, Yaron and the kids for yet another 'surprise' activity organised by Iris - a food tasting in the market. Well, what a great idea. We got a card with vouchers to visit 6 places for food. I guess it's like a treasure hunt. First stop was felafel. We were getting full after this and there were five to go. Next was a drink stop with "health drinks" followed by Chatchapour from Georgia - cheese pastry and very filling. Already full, we moved to the Iraq based ...
... as well as the total absence of Sarah.
We laughed; we sang in prayer together; and we smiled as we gazed at the place we had all looked forward to visiting with great anticipation.
Our journey continues tomorrow with our visit to the Kotel and many more adventures here in Jerusalem!
Sending Joy and Love to all those at home in Brooklyn.
"Next year in Jerusalem"...We made it!