Female Singers, Leaders and the Prophetess Miriam

It”s a trend with me. Female singers. Druze, Christian, Jewish. They come wanting to connect with a deeper voice inside. They are already beautiful singers in their own right. Many of them earn their living from the art. Yesterday, I received yet another new client. She is Druze from the village of Magd Al Shams…

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Hebrew Goddess – Tree Ceremony

This is a lovely Hebrew Tree Ceremonial Dance choreographed byBosmat Carmeli who worked with the girls of my Galilee community, according to the ancient nature tradition. Note the natural instruments, frame drum and violin, all played by women, supporting the ancient Hebrew tradition.

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Hummus in Pek’in – Ancient Galilee Peace Village

Now that summer is over, I can begin to post some of the wonderful visits during my vacation. This one was taken in Pek’in the ancient peace village in Galilee, where Jews, Christians, Druze and Muslims have lived for many centuries. I took the video in El Efendi restaurant – run by a Druze In…

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Byron Katie in Israel

Yesterday I had the good fortune to spend the day with 1500 other Israelis who gathered to meet with Byron Katie and let go of their limiting and negative beliefs, source of all suffering. Today, she is meeting with another large group of Arabs to do the same. If you want to see conscious peace…

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Images of Transformation

So many different experiences, so many varying viewpoints, plans that get changed on a dime, as is the norm in the Middle East, and these pilgrims of peace were so flexible with it all. Following are a collage of photos from the week. There are also a few cool video clips. The first is of…

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Pilgrimage of Peace arrives to Israel-Palestine

Can you say “Maklubeh”? Maklubeh is a Bedouin delicacy that the peace activists and multifaith religious leaders from Los Angeles will be experiencing on their weeklong Pilgrimage of Peace Tour in Israel-Palestine. This pioneering social action tour is led by Cantor Steven Puzarne, a close friend of mine for more than 40 years. It has…

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