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Sunday, 06 January 2019


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Dina Lesh

I just want to say that when I visited Zisrael inn2015, I could tell the difference from the US. I have walking problems and use a cane. But, in Israel, I walked all over. I walked all the way down Ben Yehuda to the Kotel. I have no idea where I got the Koach , but as you said it's different in Eretz Yisrael. I live the idea of being planted in Eretz Yisrael. It's more permanent than the political jargon of settlements, etc. And, you wet my appetite remembering the tasty fruit and vegetables in Eretz Yisrael and remembering the open markets. Yum...Tu B'Shevat isn't anything here in Albuquerque. We do have cherry trees, but I would not touch the fruit.

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