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... where thousands more watched it - live - from the comfort of their homes.
It was truly spectacular and worthy of bragging. Unfortunately, it was pouring rain outside. So much so that the relics were not carried on the shoulders of military personnel throughout city neighborhoods as is the custom of today’s holiday. But that’s ok….I have enough to absorb and process for a long time.
Tomorrow - I depart for ...
... politics. I don’t speak Greek. Yet I do. Yet I did. I did all of those
things, and did so with a smile on my face. It was a moment of realization in
how much I have already changed from this experience. I can’t wait to bring
these new changes to every place I venture off to.
The rest of the night was casual and warm with cheer. After
the dinner we found a gelato stand and ate until we burst.
Soon after sleep found us and we were happy it did. ...
... Shabtai himself and his Polish wife Sara who both converted to Islam, eventually settled in Salonika. They remained there as a separate, Kabbalah-inflected community, until well into the 20th century when Greece forced out its Muslims.
Today’s Jewish community in Salonika is modest in size. Estimates range from 1000 to 4000 people. But it remains a living, functioning, unique Jewish community. The Shabbat service I attended was quite ...
... soon. At first, Paul also believed that Jesus would soon return, bringing the end of time, the parousia. In his letter Paul is very thankful. In spite of many troubles, the Thessalonians stayed true to the Gospel. About those who had died, he wrote; “For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so, through Jesus, God will bring with him those who have died... the one who calls you is faithful and he will do this.” (1Thess 4:14; ...
Hey all! I know it's been awhile since I've actually updated this, but I think that's mostly because I've been acclimating to the culture as much as I can.
I started classes last week and can honestly say this will probably be the easiest semester that I've ever had, but in the most challenging and best way possible. I had no intention of being super ambitious here, but I ended up interviewing for an internship last week, and will find ...