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Yishai Fliesher visited us for our evening session
this evening and addressed us on the various aspects of the blessing outlined
in Numbers 6:24-26 and how that affects the Jews today. They believe this Jewish blessing has three
“The Lord bless thee and keep thee” – this
refers to the ...
... 65 people waiting for the cable car to operate more than every 15 minutes. They jammed 65 of us into the cable car and we headed back down the mountain (reminded us of the Japanese trains where there is literally standing room only and there is no such thing as personal space).
At the bottom was a gift store and food court (yes there is a McDonalds at Massada!!!) McPita anyone? Some bought souvenirs ...
... if you didn't get blisters. We also walked past dozens and dozens of jewellery shops. Most of them the real deal, I think, although there were one or two advertising "fake jewellery". Fortunately, nothing appealed. The gold is very yellow and brassy, and the designs very delicate and tizzy. I did see one pendant I quite liked in a secondhand jewellery shop (at least I think that's what the sign said - it's a bit hard to tell), but I couldn't tell ...
... 8217;s or early 30’s. One of them was extremely frustrated and I can even say angry. He said foreigners like us always come to visit and “look at us like we are animals in a zoo…they make all types of promises but nothing ever changes.” What could we say? In many ways he was probably right. I can only hope that change does finally come for the world’s longest lasting group of refugees who have been living under ...
... time at the large (outdoor) model of Jerusalem as it is understood to have looked just before its destruction in 70 A.D. It includes the Temple, all of the topography, and known buildings, such as Herod the Great's palace (used by Pilate), the Antonio fortress, Golgotha, etc. We also visited the Shrine of the Book (part of the museum), which includes artifacts and copies from the Dead Sea Scrolls. Fascinating. ...