Rimonim Hermon Holiday Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... same holy city from the same spiritual well. I also learned how the four holy cities of Israel are associated with the four elements identified in many traditions: Jerusalem & fire (passion, belief, conflict), Tiberias & water (Torah, Talmud, knowledge – and a port on the Sea of Galilee), Hebron and earth (where Abraham bought land to bury Sarah, stubborn, solid, willful), and Tzfat and air (wind, spirit) – and if you haven’t been to Tzfat the ...
... ago when he was sitting in front of his rebbe studying a very deep part of Torah and it struck his heart, while another person was near him hearing the same lesson was tuned out, flipping through a magazine. If a person learns the Kabbalah of the Ari for 10 years and comes to his grave it will be a deeply meaningful experience. Someone on a trip to Israel who doesn’t really doesn’t know who the Ari was won’t find it meaningful.
... respect for such sacred items as a hair from Mohammed’s beard or the sandal of a venerated imam. In Haifa and Akko the major shrines of the BaHa’i are the graves of their two greatest religious founders. The belief seems to be that the physical remains of great holy people retain some aspect of the virtue they accrued in their lives.
We Jews are not immune to this tendency. Far from it, in fact; there are some graves in Israel, ...
... day I felt better and again we visited so many places that I am actually missing a couple of names. The firsts visits were Catholic Churches and places in Capernaum. Including the Peter's house. In one of these places is believed that Jesus gave the Mount Sermon. Another one had a very nice ruins of a synagogue where it's very accurate to say that JesusChrist might had been there teaching. Unfortunately I didn't take pictures with my phone. But I for sure had a blast of ...
... house approximately 25 to 30 feet in diameter. The house was carved entirely out of rock. It is visible through a glass floor in the church. Well it was time for lunch and since we were on the Sea of Galilee, we stopped for the local specialty- St Peter Fish. We had two choices: filet or bone-in. No matter which choice, it was delicious.
After lunch, we had another short drive to the former site of Magdala, best known as the home of ...