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... about every 80 years. Second, I knew that Lecha Dodi was written by Alkabetz, a member of the Ari’s (Isaac Luria’s) mystical Jewish cabal in Tzfat. What I learned yesterday was that while it celebrates the coming of Shabbat and has us going out the synagogue doors to meet Shabbat as a queen in the field, there was no field outside the Ari’s synagogue. Not only was the Queen an imagined metaphor, so was the field! That made me laugh.
Maayan has ...
... arrived in Jerusalem I would see friends and have an actual social life for a couple of days, which could easily slow progress on the book. Better to catch up on my rest and writing in the bucolic north before ascending to the urban center of the capital city of Israel.
Now, about those graves. One of the human tendencies that clearly carried over from our Neolithic ancestors is the idea that the graves of our illustrious ancestors are ...
... streams, mud, everything. I was ecstatic trying to guess all the fruits, breathing that pure air. At this place is the head water of Jordan River. In this very especial point, our guide here spoke about certain moments of his life that I could easily relate. Among the things he said, he mentioned that sometimes we are like springs of water that flow, sometimes we don't flow and that's OK too. There is a moment for everything but God is always with us. Now that I'm recounting ...
... be the caboose so that we could make sure everyone survived in one piece. Jared also stayed back to go skinny dipping after the girls left--its an IBEX tradition for the guys to all go in every large body of water we come across. After an tough waterfall drop, almost everyone continued down the river bruised and battered while some also continued on foot due to flat tubes. Jamie, Jared, and I gave ours up or found them flat, so we continued on foot. The rest of the hike ...
... very pretty grottoes because they are all sorts of exciting colors. Some of the walls are purple, some are teal. All of them have nice echoes of the water lapping at them.
One thing we saw while we were there was that there was a kayak trip to the grottoes, so this weekend, we joined that: http://www.kayaksailinisrael.com/
It starts on a beach just south of the grottoes. You get ...