Virag馃悵 G.
3/5/2017 路 3 min read 路 +200 路 1
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69 reasons why I love & support Israel

69 reasons why I love & support Israel

___Happy Belated Birthday, Israel 馃嚠馃嚤 69 reasons why I love you & support you___ 1. Because visiting Israel for the first time changed my life2. Because no matter where you live you can be at the beach in an hour3. Because if you need a...

Virag馃悵 G.

Virag馃悵 G.

hm, an interesting angle to what being Jewish means to you. I can't 'argue' with how you feel - and, of course, I do not even wish to do so - it somehow makes me sad to read what you wrote, though. But then again, I am just an Almost Jewish...

7/6/2017
Virag馃悵 G.

Virag馃悵 G.

and I missed your kind comment, thank you for reading it!

7/6/2017
Virag馃悵 G.
23/4/2017 路 5 min read 路 ~100 路 1
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What happens when a Christian enters a Shabbat service? Tears!

What happens when a Christian enters a Shabbat service? Tears!

I was thinking which pants to put on: the dark leather one or that black one that isn鈥檛 so tight on my body. I went with the second one.It was a chilly Spring evening聽as聽I walked through Central Park, up until 68th Street. Turned left, walked a...

Virag馃悵 G.

Virag馃悵 G.

thank you so much for reading my post and for your kind comment. I'm not believing in coincidences either. And I am just about to look up your post about the Muslim service.

27/4/2017
Aaron 馃悵 Skogen

Aaron 馃悵 Skogen

Virag馃悵 G., I simply loved this! I wrote a while back about an experience I had while attending my first service at a mosque. I just published it here on beBee today and then I find this Buzz from you! And I don't believe in coincidences! In that post I shared my experience. Unfortunately it was for the funeral of a friends wife. Yet, to that point I had never set foot in a mosque, and did not really know anything at all about the Muslim faith. My experience, simply put, was a gift. A gift that shattered perceptions and brought me to a greater level of understanding. It was called "A Sobering Experience, or Was It. . .? We may not know the "Why" in the moment. Be at peace with that and know that God was working in your heart and that is enough. I think you too, were given a gift by way of your experience at this Shabbat Shalom service.

26/4/2017

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