Israelis are very social people. There has been cooperation with the isolation mandates, but it became clear that after the severe isolation during Independence Day, the strictness would not continue. Today I rode in a city bus for the first time in over 3 months. It was not crowded and bus routes are still limited.
Per tradition, we held a Shavuot study at our Study Center from midnight – 4:30 am. We enjoy walking the 4 miles each way and seeing all of the people out in the middle of the night. Special meetings always create a pleasant atmosphere to study G-d’s Word and this night was no exception. We
We want to thank our LoveIsrael.org family for your generous donations to pay for the remaining cancer treatments for Rahwa, an asylum seeker who is not eligible for health treatment here in Israel. She and her family (husband and 3 young children) are very grateful. We even raised enough money to help them with some
Today was our first day outside of our city for other than a quick errand. We traveled there to visit with our Colorado team organizers. It was very nice to meet up with them. We are all disappointed to have had to cancel the Colorado conference scheduled for July. Baruch and I walked around the