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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 ...
... sort of bug and was going to need to sleep and rest. This was such a bummer as we were planning on seeing more of Tel Aviv and meeting Noa, Beni and Daniela's daughter.
To make matters even less desirable, resting just on Saturday was not enough. And I did really rest! From the time I went to bed on Friday night, for the next 36 hours, I slept for 33 of those hours. I forced myself up ...
After a nice breakfast and a quick check-out, we took a cab to the airport, checked-in and went through security.
We then walked through the rather dull duty free and waited for our flight back home.
The flight took less than 2.5 hours, and here we are, safe and sound - back home, again. ...
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 ...
... and then saw row after row of perfectly manicured little houses, clustered around a small shopping area. Whereas everywhere else we'd been in Israel, the signs were only in Hebrew, rather than in Hebrew, English, and Arabic, as was the case everywhere else. We told Anna to look around, but that we'd explain it to her later. When we did finally explain it over snacks at the airport, her comment was "that sounds means and dumb." Well put.