Sunday, January 26, 2014

Pendulum waves and a video of American Group visiting the temple mount

Use your Experience to Empathize

Every difficulty in your life builds up your mental library of what it's like to go through hard times. And every mistake enables you to empathize with others who also make mistakes. And every time you become frustrated or angry, you gain a better understanding of others who feel this way.
Make note of all your worries and your fears. Make note of your uncomfortable or embarrassing moments. These -- together with every injury, illness, and wound -- help you to become more sensitive to the suffering of others.
Today I was studying the book of Job. He asked his friends to be sensitive to his suffering and they were not. How much more should we be since we have learned lessons from studying his life.

Love Yehuda Lave

You may recall that the period of a pendulum is proportional to the square root of the length of the line suspending the weight - I.e., the longer the pendulum, the slower it swings.

Harvard students built a device with a series of 15 pendulums in a row, each one slightly longer than its neighbor, then set them in motion and filmed the result.

The resulting patterns in this short video are quite fascinating to watch.

Read the article before starting to watch the video. 
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Temple Mount 'Settlers' (Video)

 Arabs say so often that Jews are trying to re-build the Temple that they might end up convincing Jews to do it.

By: Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu Published: January 23rd, 2014 Latest update:

Teaneck. New Jersey Jews and IDF women soldiers on the Temple Mount. Teaneck. New Jersey Jews and IDF women soldiers on the Temple Mount. Photo Credit: Yehuda Glick Israeli soldiers "escorted" more than 150 Jewish settlers to "defile the holy Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem" on Wednesday, according to the official Hamas terrorist organization's website. The "settlers" included "male and female conscripts and policemen in plain clothes [who] broke into the Aqsa Mosque. Hamas added, "The notorious rabbi Yehuda Glick, who champions demolishing the Aqsa Mosque to build the third temple in its place, was among the settlers who roamed the Aqsa courtyards and the Dome of the Rock." What is most interesting about their little blurb is that most of it is essentially true, except for a few code words, and reflects a drastic change in police policies towards IDF soldiers visiting the Temple Mount. First the facts. The Jews, of course, did not "break in" the mosque. Any Jew who visits the Temple Mount always is accused of defiling it, breaking in, storming, invading or occupying the site, according to the Fatah propaganda machine in Ramallah as well as Hamas in Gaza. On that, Mahmoud Abbas and his brethren in Hamas are in full agreement, so it should never be said that the two rival "resistance" movements have nothing in common. As for the "settlers," any Jew living in under a Zionist entity, as radical Muslims like to call Israel so they won't have to mention the cursed name, is a "settler" in the terminology of the "resistance." Rabbi Yehuda Glick explained to The Jewish Press Thursday that in fact there were approximately 100 female soldiers from the Education Corps visiting the Temple Mount earlier this week, the largest group he can remember. The other "settlers" besides Rabbi Glick, who lives in Otniel, located in the southern Hebron Hills between Be'er Sheva and Kiryat Arab-Hevron, were 35 orthodox Jews from the Rinat Israel synagogue in Teaneck, New Jersey. So it appears that most of the readers of The Jewish Press, out there in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, East Podunk and all points in between, also are settlers. Welcome to the club. The sight of Israeli soldiers visiting the Temple Mount is relatively new. Rabbi Glick said that until two years ago, police would not allow any uniformed soldiers to visit the holy site. All that changed with the help of Knesset Member Tzipi Hotovely of the Likud and then-MK Aryeh Eldad of the National Union party that later merged into the Jewish Home, causing Eldad to form his own party. Rabbi Glick said that one of the officers on the Temple Mount invited him to say a few words to the soldiers to explain the history of the Temple Mount. The Arabs were relatively quiet, except for the usual screaming, \hollering and cursing of Jews. He explained that he was told the reason might be that the Arabs are on some kind of vacation this month. Below is a YouTube video of the Teaneck delegation with their Rabbi, Yosef Adler. print tell a friend

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.

Here is the video..I was there and sent pictures last week.

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