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Book Club 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Savta Elana
24:44
Beautiful selection
Jan Shark Frisch
26:39
Thank you for sharing his beautiful music.
Heather Silverman
27:57
I love Hassidisch singing of prayers. His Hebrew seemed to be Hungarian with the vowels differently pronounced. So moving!
Leonie Kramer
36:24
Thank you Rachel and fellow students for a very interesting and worthwhile book group experience! It was a pleasure reading and learning together.
Michael Eliastam
56:05
Denunciations!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:14:30
page 42
Debra David
01:15:50
page 42
Elana Kling Perkins
01:17:52
0age 42
Joan Borkow
01:40:56
“Growing Up Below Sea Level” by Rachel Biale is a recently published book about the author’s growing up on a kibbutz. Very readable.
Sarah and Bruce
01:43:13
Thank you Rachel and all.
Mona Fishbane
01:44:26
Rachel, Thank you for your brilliant and devoted teaching throughout the pandemic, including these book clubs Such an honor to learn with you!
laurieweinberg
01:49:36
On to my next book group at 2- thank you, Laurie
rhea dorn
01:49:38
Our dig through this murder mystery gave us so much more than a “who done it”. Thank you Rachel for making us better reading detectives.
Debra David
01:52:41
Tolstoy, of course: “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”
Heather Silverman
01:53:02
I was thinking of the same sentence this morning. Great minds!!
Debra David
01:55:26
complex re assets of kibbutzim: plan A, plan B, hybrids, do children raised on kibbutz who left have rights to assets, and under what circumstances? etc etc etc
Elana Kling Perkins
01:58:36
Thank you for a wonderful experience
Randi Brenowitz
02:01:05
Totally agree with Sara about Anat Haels tours
Joan Borkow
02:01:12
Thanks Rachel and everyone. This was such an interesting 5 weeks.
Barbara Braverman
02:05:12
The ability to delve into the depths of Kibbutz life by means of this novel has been a treasure. Thank you
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
02:05:14
Thank you Rachel for this wonderful enlightening book club experience. Grandchildren arriving now so I must step out. L’Hitraaot
Debra David
02:09:20
To Sarah’s comment about the 2 yr old in the rafters: my kibbutz mother wouldn’t jump up to grab her toddler when she was about to bump her head…allowing her to learn thru little bumps…not to stand up from underneath the shelving in the parents’ rooms
helen epstein
02:09:53
Thank you for a very interesting mini course. Hope you consider doing the psychoanalytic book.
Sarah and Bruce
02:12:26
Thank you Rachel and fellow book group members for a wonderful, interesting experience. I look forward to ready another book together. Sarah