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Good Morning to one and all.... hope you all are feeling fresh, clean and crisp, and that all is well in your area of the globe.
We awoke bright and bubbly, but with a sense of feeling close and claustrophobic... a little airlessness seemed to engulf us. Jumping out of bed and springing to the window we opened the curtains, stretched.... and then stared!!!!
'Trishy...' I said sweetly (she doesn't like being woken up with a loud ...
... of getting ready to celebrate that feast of Tabernacles.
After our free cappuccino we wandered down the brightly lit street mall, which was a buzz of activity, with all sorts of different shops open.
We headed back to our apartment, and straight to bed.
Oh tomorrow... We are to have a special 'Shabbat meal' with an Israeli family. Steve's not real happy, thinks it will be just a date and fig.
God bless and Good Night.
... I wept for Mary and her suffering, I wept for my Mother, my Father, my children, my wife and for me. The experience of this place touched every fiber of my being, inspired lost memories and inspired new thoughts. We had the church all to ourselves. There were maybe 10-20 people in the whole place. We could pray, touch and spend all the time we wanted in this most Holy Place. When we were done we were all drained. Emotionally and ...
... worn out, but this was not a good visit - the police were yelling at us about getting out of the bus; the Muslim call to worship was blaring out of the towers; we were hustled from one room to another inside the church and the guide was deluging us with trivia - I will just stop here and say we went to Bethlehem. A the risk of getting in trouble, I will write another Israel edition about my observations of the political situation. Feel free to skip it when it ...
... but our bodies need it to. John and I have been on the go for 5 days. So I had a sleep in the afternoon. We met up for tea, now in our room again. I'm really sorry I haven't been able to put photos on much, I still can't get the machines to read each other.
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