Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Grains of sand and Jerusalem in Song for Jerusalem Day

Have the World in your Pocket

The Sages taught that every person should have two slips of paper in his pocket.

On one should be written: "The world was created for me."
On the other should be written: "I am but dust and ashes."

The trick is to have the wisdom to know which slip of paper to read at the right time.

Love Yehuda Lave

A new revised version of Rabbi Dovid Green's song "Jerusalem - Eye of the Universe" was released recently in honor of Jerusalem Day 2013. The passionate music video takes the viewer on a tour through Jerusalem.
"We visit the most stunning views of the most beautiful city", says Green. "Through the breathtaking videography we strive to express, with the lyrics and music, our unexplainable feelings for Jerusalem."
Scenes in the video include the Old City, Mahane Yehuda, Mamila, Jaffa Gate, the Jewish Quarter, the Western Wall, Mount of Olives, Mir Yeshiva, Aish Hatorah, Har Ha'Menuchot, City of David, aerial views and more.
The song is from Dovid's album, "Journey to the Real You" available on CD and MP3. The music features many of Israel's most talented musicians as they perform a refreshing new sound in spiritual music.

Grains of sand magnified 240 times! Interesting! 
Wow! We surely never think about this when we're walking on it, or raking our fingers and toes through it, do we?
This is totally amazing! YOU WILL NEVER VIEW A SANDY BEACH IN THE SAME WAY AGAIN.  Grains of sand magnified 240 times!

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