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... 45 min.). It turned out that he was wrong and our source at the Moshav was pretty close. After almost an hour of walking and trail guessing (red, black, or green) we found the spring almost at the end of the green trail. Since there was a palm, a fig, and several pomegranate trees surrounding the spring's mini-oasis, we decided pretty quickly that it was the perfect lunch spot. After snacking on whatever was left-over from breakfast, we spent ...
... the plank, Velcro ball stick, and lastly a color sort. Once the kids made it through everything they got a #1 medal, which the kids really enjoyed. WHOO!!!!! I loved watching the smiles on the kids faces and the energy they had going through all the activities. I wish I could just stay with them forever and watch them grow up. <3
While we had a break between classes Alexandra (boss lady) brought us a nice platter of breakfast ...
... and Golgotha which was right outside the nearest gate to the garrison.
· The museum also has the Dead Sea Scrolls, excerpts of these 2,000 year old manuscripts we got to see.
· We then had a farewell dinner at the museum prefaced by a cocktail hour in which we got to each say a few words about our most lasting impression – Rabbi Norm identified ...
This is inside the Church ( one of three actually built over the site in 1800-1900's), you enter through that tiny doorway, then some 67 steps down a cave-like rock carved passage down to the crypt they say was the original staple under the Inn some 2000 years ago, of course over the centuries this place was desecrated and rebuilt, burnt to the ground and rebuilt etc ...
It's really a beautiful thing when we can all come together and pray in peace for peace -- even at the Kotel where we all seem to want to pray for peace yet haven't quite found a way to let each person do it in their own way.
That is my wish -- that we all pray for peace and allow one another to do it in the highest and best ways we see fit.
After all, peace is what we are all striving for between nations and in every area of our lives. Isn't ...