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... in the Golan here. People related to them physically, and believed that magical events took place because of the ways that the spatial landscape was arranged to reflect the course of the sun. In Egypt it mattered greatly where you were and what you did, what colors you used, which materials you used, who performed the rituals.
“With Judaism, the mystical point of view replaces the magical point of view. Moses introduced the idea that mystically ...
... then a cable car ride to the top. There is an option to walk.On the top of this table top mountain Herod had an home ( palace whatever) built as a place he could escape to and survive for a few years should the need arise. He never used it but when Jerusalem fell to the Romans ?70ad? A rebel Jewish leader and about 1000 followers escaped Jerusalem and lived on the mountain with all the supplies Herod had stored there ...
... the walls. The graffiti, which was truly street art rather than vandalism, was really fascinating. The range of art was so broad. There was Nitzan Mintz, who does street poetry, a 12 year old who goes by "Tra" who is obsessed with Botox in all of his art. I will post all my pictures of this amazing street art. If you are interested in the explanations of them all, stay tuned. Evette ...
... installed Ronnen's SIM cards. He got an amazing deal with GOLAN_T, Unlimited local calls & SMS plus 1Gb 30 days 35NIS (New Israeli Shekels) AU$11. Not only that but he got a 2 for1 deal! The APN had be configured but aside from that it was a breeze (according to Chris).
Dinner was at Kampai Sushi Grill (thank you Yaron!). It was a nice change from a few weeks of Turkish food albeit not the most authentic Asian. The company made up for it!
Today we met with Israeli students at IDC who's families immigrated to Israel from Ethiopia. We heard their incredibly inspirational and miraculous stories of immigration, and discussed what living in Israel, particularly today on Yom HaZikaron, means to them. You can see a picture of our staff member Eli with Kokit, who was a captain in the Air Force, and is now studying to become a lawyer.
This evening, in honor ...