An Archaeologist Unearths the Divine Feminine
I'm not religious so I'm not sure about visiting there in this day and age. I guess when Israeli government ends its apartheid I would like to travel the area.
One of my best friends is Israeli and I had the good fortune to see the country through her eyes. There is so much to see historically and archaeologically that I don't think you need to be particularly religious to enjoy the country.
...must be a most varied culture, individually as well as the blend...not sure I can visualize...but thanks,,interesting as well as fuel for thought...glenn
It is a sacred place to so many religions. Walking through Jerusalem is like inhabiting many different eras at the same time.
I would love to see it myself but not these days and not under these political circumstances
Jerusalem is on my bucket list. I have a strange feeling that I might find something there for which I have been searching all my life.
My feelings exactly.
strikes me funny all the 'toy' graphics are in English... waz up widdat?
I would love to see Israel, especially without the guns.
What a strange, yet modern day world juxtaposition. I too, as Sarah says, would love to see the place, but not the guns.
Have I told you yet that I love the poem Ithaka on your sidebar, and have printed it out to re-read and re-read? It is SO good.
My favorite poem......so glad you enjoy reading it. It was read at Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's funeral, apparently her favorite poem as well.
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it all comes together (here and there) in one big clashing cacophony. holy heck, funny. if there's anything funny (odd), it's mankind.
Humanity is an odd bunch. Sometimes I wonder how we manage to take ourselves seriously!
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