Aliyah

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Nahariyya Nights – The song of Poor Bernie

Unsurprisingly the last few days have been blue and introspective. Trying to shake this feeling of exhaustion, and apply for jobs, trying desperately to ignore my rapidly sinking financial situation, (Titanic anyone…) which is starting to leave me terribly exposed.     “Breath” but everything will be fine, it has to be, to which end,

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A tale of 2 City's

The old city of Jerusalem is steeped in it history bearing down upon it and its inhabitants with almost a oppressive quality. My first view of the city was from my “bedroom” at around 5 am when the Mosque Called to prayer, and the sun started to crawl its away to conqueror the its city

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The Road to Jerusalem

After the aggravation and disappointment of Eilat, The road to Jerusalem seemed the best distraction, and I am finding that I’m getting itchy feet more readily, I see what every means about the travel being addictive, I could very easily get used to this as a permanent lifestyle. The biggest Surprise to come Out of

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Know your limits

To day has been full of realizations about Israel, Israeli’s and the hardest of all today was about my self and my own limits. What the mind wants the body cannot always provide indefinably. So my force of nature approach although effective for as long as it lasted was not sustainable, and I collapsed, I

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Day 2, and I'm still alive

Today I recovered from my first mistake since I landed, I chose my Hostel poorly and was over charged terribly lesson learned. I traveled from Or Yehuda to Tel Aviv University by Bus, it was an experience, both visual and emotional. Not being able to read street signs, product labels or anything else really has its

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All things must change

As fond as I am of sprouting words of wisdom, this one is close to me right now, The only thing that is constant in life, is change, and finding myself having to make changes beyond the scope of everyday life does leave me with pause. I have today made Aliyah to Israel, the return,