Since I can’t disguise my immigrant background, it means that wherever I am, whatever I do, I’m celebrating my own Aliyah Day.
Biblical Shiloh has also been set up as a “fun for the entire family” tourist spot, and I went there today.
I definitely enjoyed my shopping adventure in the Rami Levy Ariel Mall and hope to return, Gd willing.
New olim, and some veterans/vatikim, long to know the names of various foods and prepared dishes. Here’s a handy helper for Rosh HaShana fare (there are only 15.5 days left for you to cook it up!). Compare the English-language message to the Hebrew version (I want to give a hat …
I’ll blog in more detail about the festival in a few days, bli neder, Gd willing. And just that you know, the brewers that used the tobacco leaves made a different beer which I liked a lot. So Stay tuned, and you’ll read more.
There are various “dance” workshops, crafts, gifts, clothing, jewelry and more for sale, besides food. Young women were dressed in bridal gowns for a special fashion show. And of course you hear music all the time. Many women come to pray and be at the Holy Site of Shiloh.
What is secular and what is religious? Is the divide really so great? Do we really love so differently? I don’t think so.
Secular Israel is the majority of the population.
I guess it’s “Public Diet” time again. But I’m not telling you my weight. Some things must stay between me and the scale.