Where is Israel?

Do you know? Have you ever been here? Does it conjure up images of camels, desert or war? There’s alot more… Running springs, wild flowers… When you haven’t been to a place, it conjures up images in the mind.What the mind focuses upon, increases. What could you focus upon today, someplace (physical or emotional) where…

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Nazareth in My Home

Open House again at the Voices of Eden Peace Garden. I do this the first Friday of every month as a practical next step towards realizing my inner marching orders to found a self-realization garden and healing music center in the Galilee… in a green place where one sees blue. Amirim, where I live, certainly…

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Israel Travel Tip – Off the Beaten Path For those of you visiting the Galilee, you will not want to miss a visit to Pek’in. Pek’in, since ancient times, has been home to Jews, Christians, Druze and Moslems. For an acceptional treat, go to Savta Jamila Soap shop. Grandma Jamila has been making olive oil…

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Israel Travel Tip

Israel Travel Tip – Off the Beaten Path For those of you visiting the Galilee, you will not want to miss a visit to Pek’in. Pek’in, since ancient times, has been home to Jews, Christians, Druze and Moslems. For an acceptional treat, go to Savta Jamila Soap shop. Grandma Jamila has been making olive oil…

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Moses, Miriam, Passover and Beyond

Moses, Miriam, Passover and Beyond I have been thinking a lot about Miriam and her role in the story of Exodus. Usually, we think of the Passover holiday as commemorating the Jews freedom from slavery in Egypt. In the Hebrew language, the holiday is called “Hag HaHeirut” – the freedom holiday. The Hebrew word for…

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Passover in the Galilee

I just got back from the marketplace. Next week is Passover, which in Israel, is akin to Christmas in the United States and Europe… it”s BIG… Holiday season… I love to shop at the Sheevook supermarket because it provides me with a visceral experience of the tapestry known as the Galilee. Christian Arab cashiers dotted…

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Hearing Inspiration

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Jesus and a car in Galilee

Well, I still haven’t taken my car into the garage. Yesterday, the electricity was being fixed on the car lift. This morning when I called, Eihab said it would be more convenient for him tomorrow. OK. Part of living a peace filled life, is going with the flow. I like Eihab. We met when my…

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5 Inspirational Tips for Women’s Fitness

Here are the Top Five Tips for Women”s Fitness, not only physically, but spiritually and emotionally: 1) Do something kind for yourself today… You deserve it! Take time out at least once during the day to stop and appreciate yourself. 2) Breathe. When the going gets rough – take a few long breaths instead of…

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Garden of Eden

“What will be my subject for this morning’s blog?”, I wondered to myself. The telephone suddenly rang. On the other end of the line I heard a lovely British voice say, “I’ve called about your open house this Friday. A friend of mine told me that the first Friday of each month there is a…

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