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Israeli Poetry with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Sharon Heim
40:08
“Besa” protection of people in your house
Ed Grossman
42:49
ranijaeger@gmail.com (previous presenter)
Claudia
43:03
ranijaeger@gmail.com
barbaragoldberg
48:37
such a jolly song!
diane allan
49:16
Aviel, Your joy has made this session worthwhile already.
Debra David
53:50
Are you showing a clip? We don’t see it. I hear music.
Moshe's iPad
53:56
Gershon Sholom?
Lynnie Mirvis
54:16
We didn’t see it
Paul Corwi
57:24
Have you heard of Frank Sinatra???
Susie Rodenstein
57:35
Enjoy your time together in your well-deserved retirement!
Froma Zeitlin
57:38
Arik Einstein:a wonderful Israeli singer. loved his songs
Allan
58:05
More importantly, what is the significance of the Arsenal football shirt on his grave?
Susie Rodenstein
01:01:24
I was in love with him too, from afar - My first heartthrob, even though I hadn’t made my first trip to Israel as yet…One of my all-time favorites, to this day!
marilynbernstein
01:03:01
When I visited Israel three years ago I visited my relatives in Tel Aviv. I was told that my young cousin married Arik Einstein’s son (both handsome young people). When I returned home, my dear friend Yona Rosenman told me who Arik Einstein was….Then I realized how special and loved Arik Einstein was to all Israelis! (Especially the women or girls of that era)
Paul Slater
01:09:07
This is a case of the צורה דומה ליוצרה. God’s creation similar to the Creator
Gail's iphone4105043416
01:12:54
Is almonit related to almana ( widow)?
Paul Slater
01:14:23
We cannot see the poem
Gail's iphone4105043416
01:24:12
Many lines remind me of Shir haShirim
Dorothea Dorenz
01:25:46
what year did he write this poem? WWII?
Viktoria Dorosz
01:30:52
In Psalm 34 there is a line about tasting and seeing God
Dorothea Dorenz
01:34:03
Rachel, Please send us a link to Arik Einstein’s songs written by Chalfi if there is one?
Susie Rodenstein
01:38:18
Beautiful, uplifting rendition of “Yedid Nefesh!”
Susie Rodenstein
01:39:51
Like a love song to the Divine!
diane allan
01:40:11
what a great pairing o the music!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:40:11
So sweet the sounds are!
Varda & Neal Farber
01:40:30
Beautiful Aviel. Thank you.
Chana (Ann Ellen) Dickter
01:41:00
Beautiful and perfect for tis poem - and what a wonderful interpretation. Todah, Aviel
Elizabeth Pressman
01:41:41
Thank you Aviel for your lovely, soft singing and playing.
Aviel Sultan
01:43:05
Thank you!
Aviel Sultan
01:43:11
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwTHYNUwPzQ
Ed Grossman
01:43:18
The Hebrew word for "porcelain" is almost an alliteration for Har Sinai...
Susie Rodenstein
01:44:24
Sparks to be gathered…
Lynn Gelman
01:45:11
I thought of Leonard Cohen ….the cracks are what let’s the light come through
barbaragoldberg
01:46:01
Can u post poem again? wondering if it should be
Mona Fishbane
01:47:04
Kintsugi
barbaragoldberg
01:47:27
“they…”gather “them” up and put “them” down whatever you put them…”
barbaragoldberg
01:49:28
God should be “humane”? why nont kind?
Muriel Wolf
01:55:10
beautiful Mimi wolf
diane allan
01:55:13
the gentle beauty makes my hair on my bare arms stand up
Lynn Gelman
01:55:29
Lovely🎼🎼🎼🎼
Susie Rodenstein
01:55:32
Can we get a link to Aviel singing this song? So lovely!
Eillene Leistner
01:55:38
Todah Rabbah - beautiful songs
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:55:40
Truly lovely, Thank you for this music!
Michal Tamuz
01:55:47
Aviel, Today Rabat! Beautiful choice of songs! Beautiful performance!
Edy Parker
01:55:48
Such beautiful music…thank you so much!
diane allan
01:57:44
half hour earlier
Chana (Ann Ellen) Dickter
01:58:49
sorry I can’t stay - have to leave to teach ….
Viktoria Dorosz
02:02:30
Chalfi is a revelstion, thank you, Rachel! The fixed seams tend to be stronger actually - something worth remembering….
Viktoria Dorosz
02:06:00
Two sets of footprints become one because God is carrying him!
diane allan
02:06:34
This discussion reminds me that there’s even more pain when seeing the repaired “object”— like realizing the past cannot be undone
Dan Matz
02:06:50
Harsina from Sin= China (the country as well as the material}
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
02:10:28
frozen
Ed Grossman
02:14:53
You can enlarge it yourself--
Heather Silverman
02:15:31
No Ican’t
Ed Grossman
02:15:52
Use "view options" at the top to enlarge the shared image..
Heather Silverman
02:16:53
Thanks. But R is still in front of the pix
Ed Grossman
02:17:15
You can expand the shared screen as well...
Heather Silverman
02:17:23
I fixed it!!
Toby and Florence Chapman
02:23:28
Beautiful pictures wonderful stories
Ed Grossman
02:25:36
Were there many visitors from Europe or the States?
Edy Parker
02:28:29
Thank you for sharing your trip! The pictures are beautiful and it sounds like great experiences…so happy for you!
Helene Rosenberg
02:31:53
Thank you….wonderful poetry and fantastic trip. Have to leave now
Ed Grossman
02:32:15
Also there are issues of global warming impacting coral & fish..
Ed Grossman
02:33:51
Are there any squid or rays there?
Bonniekossoff
02:34:49
Anemone?
Ed Grossman
02:34:59
How accessible are the fish if you snorkel (instead of scuba)?
Suzanne Levin
02:35:22
delightful! have to go to a meeting.
Susie Rodenstein
02:35:39
My question as well - Since I am an avid snorkeler, but don’t dive.
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
02:41:58
I so enjoyed experiencing this trip vicariously Thank you for this enticing description!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
02:43:39
So sorry I have to leave. See you tomorrow!