Tomorrow I leave for Israel. It’s a trip that has been in the making for much longer than I was consciously aware. On the one hand, it feels very natural, as if I am returning to a place I already know. On the other hand, it’s as if I am opening the big wooden wardrobe door and tiptoeing into the mysteries of Narnia.

I try my best to have no expectations of this adventure ahead, only to engage, with all my senses, all that I am given.

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  1. Mazel Tov on your big journey! Plus it is nice to see that you blogged again.

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