Eretz Yisrael Time

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Friday, August 19, 2005
In the beginning there was yelling.

“Where were you? What do you believe in? Show you care.”

But that isn’t the way and the night slowly turned from recriminations to reconciliations.

Each side talked through the night.

Each side sought common ground, common goals, common understandings, common beliefs.

The potentials for partnerships was explored.

It perhaps wasn’t everything, but it was a step in the right direction.

It will take work, I think it can work.

It must work.

1 comments:

Virtual Rabbi said...

"Religious-Zionism" has long been vulnerable to the accusation of ideological shatnez. Striking a balance was always difficult, some would claim impossible.

In his recent interview Rabbi Meidan details his disappointment with the Zionists and his openess to new dialogue with the Chareidim.

I see this is already happening.

Look me up on LiveJournal under virtual_rabbi for some 'disengagement' poetry.

Ben

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