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... born is non-denominational, and the place where Mary who just birthed a child got up and walked 10 feet to set him in the manger is governed by the Roman Catholics. Now I can respect these beliefs and whatever. But seriously I've never seen such ridiculous arguing over who governs what especially when it comes to religion. Honestly how can we actually know where down to the inch where Jesus was born and on top of that where she put his manager and laid him in it. It's just ...
... which had a flower carved out of a
potato! It was so, so sweet of them to do that. Three waiters and the manager
constantly checked in with me to make sure I was feeling well. My appendix
would become sore for a few seconds every hour or so and I got pretty nervous
that something might happen in Israel. That night, everyone was supposed to go
out to a club in Tel Aviv with bottle service. I chose to stay in and rest,
both because I was ...
... history. Our guide explained what each tapestry was depicting – the Exodus, Moses, David, the diaspora, and much more.
Across the road from the Knesset is 5 metre high bronze menorah [ lampstand] presented to Israel by Britain. The artist has also included Israel’s history in scenes on his work. It is supposed to be in the shape of the menorah on the Arch of Titus, but that one’s arms are more ...
... hard to understand how such a lovely, innocuous series of beliefs has aroused the tremendous persecution that BaHa’is have experienced in Iran, Egypt and elsewhere, but then it’s pretty hard to understand how much persecution we Jews have experienced and our core beliefs, in many ways, are very similar.
I have always felt about BaHa’i religious traditions what a long-ago rabbinical school classmate said of them: “If I ...
... Hotel,once again another lovely hotel included in the price of the tour ,we could see kite riders on the Mediterranean from our window.Wayne and I decided to walk to the shopping centre but as it was Shabbat it was closed, we continued onto the beach to see a gorgeous sunset, unfortunately I had forgotten my camera.Took a wrong turn and ended up lost,until we asked directions,delaying our return. •We had made the decision to go early to ...