Friday, September 27, 2019

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'prayer sculpture'  in the city garden - Ramat Gan

We're entering a hectic period of time - from end of September till almost end of October.

The great  synagogue- city of Ramat-Gan

It's the period of the jewish High Holidays which includes not only celebrations and good food, but also repentance, prayer, meditation, visits to our departed ones at the cemetery, fasting. Prayers and  visits to the cemetery (to ask for forgiveness and  a good upcoming New Year) can be quite physically and mentally challenging.  I usually need a little vacation afterwards for change of scenery and atmosphere:)
However, there's satisfaction in being able to carry out the above things. 

the old cemetery in the holy city of Safed (Tzefat)



 street corner adjacent to cemetery in city of Ghivataim


I won't be much, if at all, on Blogger during this period, but I hope to have time to think of  topics for new posts, and take adequate pictures to accompany these posts.

Our weather  is still very hot during the day; slightly cooler in the mornings and evenings. The heat doesn't help with the preparations and efforts to catch the spiritual mood. We need rain, but we won't get it until  late autumn - beginning of winter. Honestly, I dread the approaching  of winter, even though our winter is usually short and relatively mild.


at the Prayer Sculpture

'Whatever will be will be', as the song goes. God will take  care of us.   See You!








28 comments:

  1. Happy holy days, Duta. We will reconnect when you have recovered from it all and are blogging again.

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  2. It does sound like the beginning of a very busy time. That's how Fall is for us with the beginning of the holidays to come, so I know how exhausting it can be.

    Well do what you can and remember to take care of yourself and we will be here waiting patiently for new stories, adventures and pictures!

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  3. Enjoy your special holidays thanks for letting us know!

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  4. Wishing you pleasant holidays, Duta, we will miss you! Hope the holidays will go as effortlessly for you as possible. And hope the winter won't be too harsh.

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  5. I admire your dedication, and how you take to heart what this period is for you. We'll look forward to hearing from you, when you're next able to grace us with another one of your so very, very interesting posts. God Bless.

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  6. Good wishes to you Duta as you tend to this busy time of your year. Enjoy and be refreshed by the relaxation a change of scenery will bring.
    See you when you return xx

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  7. que interesante, me encantaría visitarlo, y la primera foto es preciosa

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  8. I send you wishes that your holidays will be filled with all good things -- good thoughts, meditation, celebrations and visits with those no longer with you. I'll miss your visits and welcome your return but I think this is a very busy time for you. Take good care of you.

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  9. A good and blessed holidays to you Duta.
    Shana Tova!! ♡

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  10. Wishing you a great High Holiday!
    I'll miss your bright posts and comments.

    Take great care of yourself, Duta.

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  11. THANK YOU ALL FOR THE GOOD WISHES.
    GOD BLESS YOU !!!

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  12. Have a wonderful holiday! I would love to visit your country, what beautiful culture! In here it is real Autumn already☺

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  13. Enjoy your special holidays …

    All the best Jan

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  14. Remember to take time out for you. :)

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  15. May you have a year filled with meaning and purpose. Hug for you.

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  16. Praying that you can be just as equally kind or forgiving of yourself as you are of others. May you find peace and hope. See you when you get back.

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  17. Enjoy your break! We will be here, eagerly waiting for your post and photos about it.

    Wishing you all the best!

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  18. It's so interesting to hear about different cultures, and I continue to learn new things here, which I truly love. Looking forward to you coming back with more things to share, and sending lots of hugs your way. RO

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  19. All good wishes to you Duta during the celebrations and wishing you a very Happy New Year. We all need to take time to rest, reflect and relax and see you on your return.

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  20. Definitely sounds like a busy time of year for you, Duta! Have a great holiday and God does take care of us. God bless you!

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  21. Enjoy your special time and holidays and don’t stress. Best wishes for great and joyful celebrations with family and friends.

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  22. I’m stopping back by to see what's new with you and to show my face. I hope you had a nice weekend.

    Wishing you a wonderful week!

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  23. Wishing you a wonderful week. Thanks for this nice post!

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  24. That prayer sculpture is simple (and huge)

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