Monday, August 14, 2006

1 Wedding and 30 Funerals

As the region stands on the slippery doorstep to the Israel-Hizbollah ceasefire, my dancing at a Jerusalem wedding this evening had me contemplating far more than expected.

Have a listen to my thoughts on that uncomfortable Israeli fusion of mourning versus the need to continue life and to truly live.

this is an audio post - click to play

3 comments:

Ittay said...

Last night Rabbi Michael Melchior spoke in melbourne about weddings and funerals. He offered some suggestions of how we can have less funerals in the future. His answer was not easy. see www.ittay.blogspot.com to read what he said.

Anonymous said...

Dear mikee, cool blog. You are our LIFEEEEEEEE WE LOVE UUUUUU... and yeah you're so right about the whole israel thing

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