Archive for Category: "Life in Israel"
He owns three kippot. A black one. Velvety, with thick gold edging. A kippah you could imagine grabbing you by the hands as you waltz the night away in a teak Blue Danube-filled ballroom. An old-fashioned gentleman of a kippah that’ll open doors for you and take you for a spin in his Roles Royce. [...]
Was. For times gone by. For things covered in a dust that only memory can clean. For things that are no more. Difficult to swallow. It’ll choke instead of rolling off your tongue. And ambush you when you least expect it. A little word which has great power. Was. Seon Hyman. His name was [...]
I’ve been in Israel for just under a week. And while the world has sat around condemning this country wanting to lynch her for the recent Gaza debacle I’ve been experiencing life as just another Israeli. Yes, I’m now a citizen of this land of falafels and shrapnel. I’m now Israeli. Well, legally [...]