Tag Archives: Israel

It’s Mother’s Day in America

Weep not for the mothers laying dead in bombed out villages or their sisters and brothers shot in the back as they waved their flags of black, red, green & white weep instead for the children they leave behind, far … Continue reading

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Skyping Emma In The Berkshires

I miss simple days like when we were Skyping with Emma in the Berkshires, over watermelon and hookah in the shadows of the Baha’i temple in the old German Colony in that Mediterranean port city, mixed more than most today, … Continue reading

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