Monday, December 31, 2018

Meteor blast caused Dead Sea civilization end 3700 years ago according to new research, Jerusalem- TLV Fast Train To Remain Free For Another 3 Months  and Happy Secular New Year tonight

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You shall converse in the words of Torah and not in other things (Yoma 19b).

 The Talmud explains "other things" as referring to idle, meaning less things.

The Hebrew language has words that mean rest, play, relaxation, and pleasant activities, while it has no word for "fun." A "fun" activity has no goal, as is implied in the colloquial expression, "just for the fun of it." In other words, the goal of the activity is within itself, and fun does not lead to or result in anything else.

This concept is alien to Judaism. Every human being is created with a mission in life. This mission is the ultimate goal toward which everything must in one way or another be directed. Seemingly mundane activities can become goal directed; we eat and sleep so that we can function, and we function in order to achieve our ultimate goal. Even relaxation and judicious enjoyable activities, if they contribute to sound health, can be considered goal directed if they enhance our functioning. However, fun as an activity in which people indulge just to "kill time" is proscribed. Time is precious, and we must constructively utilize every moment of life.

Furthermore, since people conceptualize their self-worth in terms of their activities, doing things "just for the fun of it" may in fact harm their self-esteem.

Today I shall ...
... try to direct all my activities, even rest and relaxation, to the ultimate purpose of my life.

Love Yehuda Lave

Yehuda Lave is an author, journalist, psychologist, rabbi, spiritual teacher and coach, with degrees in business, psychology and Jewish Law. He works  with people from all walks of life and helps them in their search for greater happiness, meaning, business advice on saving money,  and spiritual engagement

 Jerusalem- TLV Fast Train To Remain Free For Another 3 Months

A few days ago we reported that the Jerusalem - Tel Aviv Fast Train would not be free anymore as of today, as the planned initial three-month trial period for the new train came to an end.  However, Minister of Finance Moshe Kahlon and Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz announced Monday that the free trial period for rides between Ben Gurion Airport and Jerusalem's Navon station would extend another three months. 
According to Ynet, in the days between now and when the order is actually signed, riders will be charged 50% of the full price, NIS 8.50. 

What isn't clear yet, is whether it will be free past Ben Gurion  Airport, as it was in the first three month trial period, to the rest of the Country.

The new train line  was launched on September 25. It continues to run twice per hour in each direction, and has carried more than 420,000 people thus far. 

Meteor blast caused Dead Sea civilization end 3700 years ago according to new research

Evidence of Sodom? Meteor blast cause of biblical destruction, say scientistsMulti-disciplinary team of scientists uses 3,700-year-old archaeological evidence from Jordan's Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project to understand end to civilization near Dead Sea By Amanda Borschel-Dan 22 November 2018,

A multi-disciplinary team of scientists has a new theory for why all human civilization abruptly ended on the banks of the Dead Sea some 3,700 years ago. According to analyzed archaeological evidence, the disaster of biblical proportions can be explained by a massive explosion, similar to one recorded over 100 years ago in Russia.

In 1908, a massive blast near Siberia's Stony Tunguska River flattened some 2,000 square kilometers of uninhabited taiga forestry. Curiously, no crater was discovered and scientists explain the strange phenomena through a meteor explosion some 5-10 km above land.

Now an interdisciplinary team of archaeologists and scientists are using the Tunguska explosion as a model to explain the equally curious end to a thriving civilization that lived for thousands of years in a plain near the Dead Sea.


As reported in Science News, at the recently concluded Denver-based ASOR Annual Meeting, director of scientific analysis at Jordan's Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project Phillip J. Silvia presented a paper, "The 3.7kaBP Middle Ghor Event: Catastrophic Termination of a Bronze Age Civilization" during a session on Environmental Archaeology of the Ancient Near East.

According to the paper's abstract, the scientists discovered evidence of a "high-heat" explosive event north of the Dead Sea that instantaneously "devastated approximately 500 km2." The explosion would have wiped out all civilization in the affected area, including Middle Bronze Age cities and towns. Silvia told Science News that the blast would have instantly killed the estimated 40,000 to 65,000 people who inhabited Middle Ghor, a 25-kilometer-wide circular plain in Jordan.

Likewise, the fertile soil would have been stripped of nutrients by the high heat, and waves of the Dead Sea's briny anhydride salts would have — tsunami-like — washed over the surrounding area. At the same time, the explosion's fallout caused blisteringly hot, strong winds, which deposited a rain of mineral grains, which have been found on pottery at Tall el-Hammam.

Five large sites in the region which have also been excavated offered additional evidence of an immediate end to settlement at the same time of the proposed Tall el-Hammam disaster. According to Science News,

radiocarbon dating of organic archaeological evidence has shown that structures' mud-brick walls "suddenly disappeared around 3,700 years ago, leaving only stone foundations."

Contemporary potsherds's glazes apparently experienced temperatures high enough to transform them to glass, "perhaps as hot as the surface of the sun," Silvia told the news source.

Unraveling a mystery

The study was born of a historical riddle: "That the most productive agricultural land in the region, which had supported flourishing civilizations continuously for at least 3,000 years, should suddenly relinquish, then resist, human habitation for such a long period of time has begged investigation," states the excavation's .

Archaeologist Philip Silvia (via LinkedIn)

As listed in the published abstract, Trinity Southwest University's Silvia was joined by a roster of multi-disciplanry scientists.

The team of scientists from New Mexico Tech, Northern Arizona University, NC State University, Elizabeth City (NC) State University, DePaul University, Trinity Southwest University, the Comet Research Group, and Los Alamos National Laboratories analyzed samples from 12 seasons of Tall el-Hammam excavations to conclude that the most logical explanation for the settlement's demise was a meteor explosion.

"This paper surveys the multiple lines of evidence that collectively suggest a Tunguskalike, cosmic airburst event that obliterated civilization — including the Middle Bronze Age city-state anchored by Tall el-Hammam — in the Middle Ghor (the 25 km diameter circular plain immediately north of the Dead Sea) ca. 1700 BCE, or 3,700 years before present (3.7kaBP)," write the authors.

"Based upon the archaeological evidence, it took at least 600 years to recover sufficiently from the soil destruction and contamination before civilization could again become established in the eastern Middle Ghor," they write.

A biblical explanation

Could this massive disaster offer an explanation for the biblical story of Sodom?

According to a 2013 Biblical Archaeology Review article by TeHEP co-director Dr. Steven Collins, the Tall el-Hammam site is a strong candidate for the biblical city of Sodom due to a multitude of factors. The discovered disaster, and its precise location, which he ties to biblical references of "ha-kikkar" (or idiomatically, the plain).

In the article, among other biblical citations, Collins quotes from Genesis 19:24–25: "Then the Lord rained down burning sulfur on Sodom and Gomorrah — from the Lord out of the heavens. Thus He overthrew those cities and the entire plain, including all those living in the cities — and also the vegetation in the land."

On the ground at the site, Collins witnessed such destruction first-hand. In a vivid description he writes, "The violent conflagration that ended occupation at Tall el-Hammam produced melted pottery, scorched foundation stones and several feet of ash and destruction debris churned into a dark gray matrix as if in a Cuisinart."

Could it really be that this destruction, hypothetically caused by the proposed meteor explosion and its catastrophic fallout, are the natural causes of the divine wholesale razing of the city recorded in the Bible?

In a jointly authored paper between Silvia and Collins, "The Civilization-Ending 3.7KYrBP Event: Archaeological Data, Sample Analyses, and

Biblical Implications," the authors write, "The physical evidence from Tall el-Hammam and neighboring sites exhibit signs of a highly destructive concussive and thermal event that one might expect from what is described in Genesis 19."

Further based on studies by atomic energy researcher Samuel Gladstone, the authors write that, "an airburst yield of 10 megatons over the northeast corner of the Dead Sea would be sufficient to produce the physical damage observed 10 km away at Tall el-Hammam. Note that this is only one-half the yield of the Tunguska airburst event (in Siberia), well within 'recent' human experience for meteoritic airbursts!" they write.

"The destruction not only of Tall el-Hammam (Sodom), but also its neighbors (Gomorrah and the other cities of the plain) was most likely caused by a meteoritic airburst event," the authors conclude.

In his Biblical Archaeology Review article, Collins writes that the massive disaster was seared into collective cultural memory and preserved in the biblical tradition.

"The memory of the destruction of ha-kikkar, with its large population and extensive agricultural lands, was preserved in the Book of Genesis and ultimately incorporated into a traditional tale that, drawing on the layer of ash that covered the destruction of one of its major cities, remembered a place consumed by a fiery catastrophe from 'out of the heavens' (Genesis 19:24)," he writes. "The Bible gives the city's name: Sodom."



A Young Shlomo Singing his heart out

For your enjoyment

Marines - the last to let you down

Lance Cpl. Jamen Miller is a Marine Corps Body Bearer. He has laid to rest nearly 200 Marines. Body Bearers go through rigorous physical training and ceremonial drill practice to perfect their movements for the funerals of fallen Marines. *Correction Other service details also operate as a six-man team, as well as eight-man teams during funerals. The Marine Body Bearers only ever carry out their duties as a six-man team. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. Tony Nardiello)

See you tomorrow, Happy Secular New Year on Tuesday

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Sunday, December 30, 2018

Maccabees, Mount, and Modern Israel By Michael Freund - 4 Tevet 5779

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Study and Emulate Great People

Here is a tool for greatness: Watch a truly righteous person very carefully and observe what he does in order to emulate him.

Today, think of three great people that you know, heard of, or have read about. What can you learn from each one?

Love Yehuda Lave

Yehuda Lave is an author, journalist, psychologist, rabbi, spiritual teacher and coach, with degrees in business, psychology and Jewish Law. He works  with people from all walks of life and helps them in their search for greater happiness, meaning, business advice on saving money,  and spiritual engagement

Acre Famous Tunisian Synagouge

On our trip to the North on December 5, 2018 on Chunnukah 2018 we visit Acre and the famous Tunisian Synagogue and its thousands of mural tiles. A visit worth the trip itself the Or Torah – "Jariva" – (Tunisian) Synagogue, Acre One of the world's most breathtaking tourist sites. The Tunisian Synagogue in Acre – known as the "Jariva" is the only one of its kind in the world. It is literally covered in mosaics – both inside and out. Each of its 4 floors proudly displays spectacular mosaics (from Kibbutz Eilon) – the outcome of 54 years of work. The Synagogue boasts 7 Torah arks and houses hundreds of millions of natural stones from all over Israel. The mosaics and stained-glass windows depict the history of the Jewish people and of the Land of Israel through Bible stories, flora and fauna, IDF corps and more

Maccabees, Mount and Modern Israel By Michael Freund - 4 Tevet 5779 – December 12, 2018

{Originally posted to the author's website}

Just a few days before the start of Hanukkah, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan delivered remarks that would have made the Maccabees proud.

Speaking at the Conference on the National Interest arranged by the My Israel organization at Jerusalem's Menachem Begin Heritage Center, Erdan addressed the topic of the Temple Mount and the right of Jews to worship there, which of course is a central theme of the holiday we are celebrating this week.

While much of the media seems not to have taken notice, Erdan's comments may signal the beginning of a much-needed and long-awaited change in Israeli policy, one that would herald a full restoration of Jewish rights at our nation's holiest site.

"I have instructed the police to act in every way to restore our sovereignty on the area of the Temple Mount, which has been badly damaged," Erdan said, "and to allow as many Jews as possible to visit the Jewish people's most sacred place."

After noting that the number of Jewish visitors to the Mount is the highest it has been in recent years, he went on to announce, "I believe the time has come to reexamine the restrictions that are imposed on Jews who ascend the Temple Mount, to assess what is really necessary from a security viewpoint and what is practiced as a result of a discriminatory status quo that became entrenched over the years and that has no real justification".

For anyone who has followed the issue of the Temple Mount, Erdan's statement was refreshing for both its honesty as well as its veracity.

After too many years in which Jewish visitors and worshipers on the Mount were subjected to harassment, humiliation and hassle, all out of fear of offending Islamist extremists, a change in approach is long overdue.

Two incidents that took place three months ago underline just how absurd the situation has become. On September 20, Jerusalem Police District Commander Yoram Halevy signed an administrative order barring an Israeli named Shlomo Puah from the Temple Mount for a period of six months. His crime? Puah had gone up to the Temple Mount and blown a shofar on Rosh Hashanah.

Halevy justified the order, which is clearly a violation of Puah's basic civil rights, by asserting that "it is necessary to prevent serious harm to personal security or property." No further explanation was given, and with the stroke of a pen, an Israeli citizen's freedom of expression, freedom of worship and freedom of assembly were unceremoniously trampled upon.

Barely a week later, on September 26, during the holiday of Sukkot, four young Israelis were detained by police on the Mount for kneeling and reciting aloud, "Shema Yisrael." A video on YouTube shows police literally dragging them away for questioning, even though the Supreme Court has ruled that Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount is entirely legal.

The restrictions imposed on Jews on the Temple Mount are as intolerable as they are inexcusable, and given the key role the site played in the Hanukkah miracle, now is the perfect time to change them. Indeed, isn't it painfully ironic that while the Maccabees fought to free the Temple Mount from foreign control, Israel allows the Palestinian Muslim Wakf and Jordan to dictate what happens there?

According to the First Book of Maccabees 2:6-8, at the very start of the Hasmonean revolt, Matityahu bemoaned the fate of our people's holiest site: "Why was I born to see these terrible things, the ruin of my people and of the holy city? Must I sit here helpless while the city is surrendered to enemies and the Temple falls into the hands of foreigners? The Temple is like someone without honor."

Sadly, the same could be said now, when Jews ascending the Mount are barred from bringing a prayer book or a Bible, or even uttering a few words of prayer, all in the name of "security."

The Temple and the liberation of the Mount on which it stood are fundamental elements of the Hanukkah story. After all, it was there, on the Temple Mount, that the little flask of pure oil miraculously continued to burn.

So when you light the Hanukkah candles each night with your family, and watch the flames atop them reach heavenward, consider the following: we owe it to ourselves and to our Maccabean forbears to once again set the Temple Mount free and make it accessible to Jews.

While the events we commemorate on Hanukkah took place more than 21 centuries ago, the themes of the holiday continue to resonate powerfully. Through heroism and determination, the Maccabees laid down a clear path. Blessed with Divine favor, they blazed a trail of light that pierced through the darkness of their day. Each year on Hanukkah, if you listen carefully, you can hear them calling down to us from across the generations, urging us to follow in their footsteps, stand firm and refuse to yield.

May Israel's government at last have the courage to heed their call and set the Temple Mount free once and for all.

John Denver - Leaving on a Jet Plane


All my bags are packed
I'm ready to go
I'm standin' here outside your door
I hate to wake you up to say goodbye
But the dawn is breakin'
It's early morn
The taxi's waitin'
He's blowin' his horn
Already I'm so lonesome
I could die

So kiss me and smile for me
Tell me that you'll wait for me
Hold me like you'll never let me go
'Cause I'm leavin' on a jet plane
Don't know when I'll be back again
Oh babe, I hate to go

There's so many times I've let you down
So many times I've played around
I tell you now, they don't mean a thing
Ev'ry place I go, I'll think of you
Ev'ry song I sing, I'll sing for you
When I come back, I'll bring your wedding ringSo kiss me and smile for me
Tell me that you'll wait for me
Hold me like you'll never let me go

'Cause I'm leavin' on a jet plane
Don't know when I'll be back again
Oh babe, I hate to goNow the time has come to leave you
One more time
Let me kiss you
Then close your eyes
I'll be on my way
Dream about the days to come
When I won't have to leave alone
About the times, I won't have to sayOh, kiss me and smile for me
Tell me that you'll wait for me
Hold me like you'll never let me go
'Cause I'm leavin' on a jet plane
Don't know when I'll be back again
Oh babe, I hate to goBut, I'm leavin' on a jet plane
Don't know when I'll be back again
Oh babe, I hate to go

Songwriters: John DenverLeaving on a Jet Plane lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Reservoir One Music, Reservoir Media Management Inc, BMG Rights Management

Artist: John DenverAlbum: Rhymes & ReasonsReleased: 1969Genre: Folk Rock

Other recordings of this song

Leaving on a Jet PlaneChantal Kreviazuk · 1998

Leaving on a Jet PlanePeter, Paul and Mary · 1967Jet PlaneEve 6 · 2000

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Rabbi Yehuda Lave

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Friday, December 28, 2018

Amazing Places on Our Planet in 4K and Shabbat Shalom as we approach the end of the Secular Year with a list of the things happening  in Jerusalem for New Year

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Yehuda Lave, Spiritual Advisor and Counselor

Yehuda Lave is an author, journalist, psychologist, rabbi, spiritual teacher and coach, with degrees in business, psychology and Jewish Law. He works  with people from all walks of life and helps them in their search for greater happiness, meaning, business advice on saving money,  and spiritual engagement.

[Man and wife] shall be one body. (Genesis 2:24)

 In recent times, we have witnessed an unprecedented tidal wave of divorce. This phenomenon appears to be directly linked to modern attitudes towards marriage. Let's look at the Torah's concept of marriage, which has produced much marital happiness for over three thousand years.

An analogy is a good start. Table salt is a chemical compound called sodium chloride; it consists of two elements, sodium and chorine, in combination.

Pure sodium is very volatile. If dropped into water, it will explode into fire. No one would ever want to eat it. Chlorine is a corrosive gas, which can cause severe irritation and a choking sensation. When sodium and chlorine combine, however, each loses its individual properties; the fusion is a totally new compound which bears no resemblance to either component.

When the Torah states that husband and wife should become one, it means that two unique people should fuse into a new being. In forming this new being, each "element" must be ready and willing to divest itself of its own identity, so that this new "compound" may be that which is most desirable and most constructive.

Clearly, the sharing of oneself in a marriage relationship cannot be as dramatic and radical as in the example of sodium and chlorine fusing into table salt. Nevertheless, much of the incompatibility that has resulted in divorce is due to the refusal of partners to yield of themselves.

Today I shall ...
... try to realize that in marriage, I must be willing to relinquish some of my own individuality to permit the emergence of a family unit.

Love Yehuda Lave

New Year Events and parties for December 31, 2018

9PM: Solomon Brothers New Year's Bash at Beer Bazaar 9PM: ‎New Year Party at Abraham's Hostel 9PM: New Year 2019 Besarabia 9PM: Wine and Chassidus in the old city ‎8PM: Close the year with Community singing at First Station‎ 10PM: G-Nome New Year's Extravaganza at Blaze Bar 10PM: ‎New Years Eve at Nocturno★ 10PM: ‎הופעת סילבסטר בצור הדסה 11PM: New Year's After Party at Beer Bazaar
For events in Tel Aviv, see the list of Best Events of New Year in Tel Aviv
If you aren't the partying type, you can always spend a fun new year's night reviewing our 14 Useful Tips for The End of The Tax Year
Best wishes for 2019!

Amazing Places on Our Planet in 4K

All 44 Amazing Places videos released in the channel in 2016. Links to all videos below. I wish you Wonderful Holidays and Happy New Year 2017! Thank you for following the channel! Music: "Fire In The Belly" from the album "Embrace The Moment", an album of instrumental yoga and relaxation music. Composed by Jai and Herrin Larkan. Flutes by Chris Lane. The album can be purchased here: YouTube Channel: Videos recorded in 4K Ultra HD with Sony AX100 and Sony a6300. 0:09 1. Seljalandsfoss, Iceland 0:20 2. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA 0:33 3. Old Town of Lijiang, China 0:49 4. Borobudur, Indonesia 1:09 5. Kerala Backwaters, India 1:24 6. Bali, Indonesia 1:48 7. Ancient City of Sigiriya, Sri Lanka 2:06 8. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA 2:26 9. Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Iceland 2:46 10. Li River Cruise, China 3:00 11. The Ruins of Hampi, India 3:17 12. Arches National Park, Utah, USA 3:35 13. Komodo National Park, Indonesia 3:55 14. Giant Panda Breeding Center, China 4:13 15. Golden Circle, Iceland 4:31 16. Hong Kong Skyline 4:45 17. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA 5:04 18. Sacred City of Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka 5:21 19. Stone Forest, China 5:36 20. Tri-colored Crater Lakes of Mt. Kelimutu, Indonesia 5:49 21. Old Goa, India 6:15 22. Oregon Cascades, USA 6:35 23. Tiger Leaping Gorge, China 6:53 24. Kawah Ijen, Indonesia 7:12 25. Dyrholaey & Reynisfjara, Iceland 7:25 26. Canyonlands National Park, Utah, USA 7:47 27. Monuments at Mahabalipuram, India 8:08 28. Myvatn, Iceland 8:27 29. Historic Center of Macau 8:44 30. Golden Temple of Dambulla, Sri Lanka 9:04 31. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA 9:27 32. Emei Shan Sacred Mountain, China 9:45 33. Hiking Mount Rinjani, Indonesia 10:09 34. Badami Cave Temples, India 10:22 35. Smith Rock, Oregon, USA 10:38 36. Prambanan, Java, Indonesia 10:57 37. Terracotta Army, Xian, China 11:13 38. Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park, Indonesia 11:32 39. Yant Flat, Utah, USA 11:54 40. Monuments at Pattadakal and Aihole, India 12:10 41. Xi'an, China 12:29 42. Cabot Trail, Canada 12:45 43. Ancient City of Pingyao, China 13:05 44. Monument Valley, USA To be released before the end of 2016 -------------------------------------- About Amazing Places on Our Planet: Immerse yourself in scenic beautiful places on our planet without the distraction of words. New 4K video every Friday or every second Friday. Video footage can be licensed out by contacting me. Subscribe: Facebook: Twitter: Google+: Website: Movies On Map:

Recognizing God

On one hand, I sense that God exists. On the other hand, I have a hard time seeing Him. What can I do to bridge that gap?

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A guy is riding his motorcycle down a mountain rode when suddenly he loses control and goes hurtling off the cliff. As he's sailing through the air, he shouts out: "God! Please make a miracle! Save me!"

Within moments his shirt gets caught on a protruding branch - and he is left dangling thousands of feet above the ground.

There's no way out, so he looks heavenward and shouts: "God! Please save me!"

"Do you trust Me, my beloved son?" calls the voice from heaven.

"Yes, God, I trust you. Just please save me!"

"Okay then," says God. "Let go of the branch and I'll catch you."

The man thinks for a moment, look around, and calls out: "Is anyone else out there?!"

The key to forging a relationship with God is to trust Him. God is not some vindictive, punishing old man in the sky. God is our loving Creator, who wants only our best. Sometimes that calls for Him to "test" us with difficulties; but the intention is only to bring out our very best.

When we are children, we think we are the center of the universe. Then, through experience and trials, we become increasingly aware of the fact that there are things in life beyond our control. Whether it's earthquakes, cancer, the rise and fall of fortunes, circumstances of our birth - and even birth itself... this can only be ascribed to a Higher Power.

Maimonides writes that there are two primary ways to attain recognition of God: by observing the wonders of Creation, and by performing mitzvot. Through nature, we see the beauty, splendor, and perfect unity of the world. Through mitzvot, we see how humanity can likewise attain unity and perfection.

To learn more, see Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan's essays on "Divine Inspiration."

Watch: Shimon Peres 'comes back to life

Late president 'opens' innovation conference in Tel Aviv. Via special technology, Peres presented reading will he wrote before his death.

The Prime Minister's Conference for Innovation

The conference, which discusses the innovations necessary to create a better world, as well as Israel's contribution to future solutions and developments, sees the participation of some 1,000 guests from around the world, including political leaders and senior officials from leading companies.

The conference was initiated by the Culture and Sport Ministry, in coordination with the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation, in honor of 70 years of Israeli tradition and innovation..

At the opening of the conference, a hologram was broadcast featuring the voice and likeness of the late Israeli President Shimon Peres, in which he "announced" his will for the Israel Center for Innovation, launched at the conference.

"My vision for the Israeli innovation center established here within the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation is to serve as a window to the future. A place for dreams, a place that expresses the desire to leave the next generation with a better and brighter future," the Peres hologram said.

"The future is made of the dreams of today. We must continue to work on developing the vision of tomorrow, not simply remembering the past. We have the power to create change and opportunity to have an impact."

Dozens of delegations from around the world arrived for the conference. Countries sending delegations included: China, the US, Italy, France, Australia, Britain, Korea, Mexico, Switzerland, Uganda, Singapore, Russia, Hong Kong, Peru, Germany, and others.

The delegations are expected to discuss the innovations necessary to create a better world, as well as Israel's contribution to future solutions and developments.

Israel's groundbreaking technological inventions will be presented at the conference, as well as the country's contribution to innovations which aid the management of health, food, agriculture, sustainability, and cyber challenges.

2000 year old Roman-period carvings discovered

Ancient 1st century cistern revealed in Be'er Sheva during routine excavation

Shlomie Chanukuh Get Away 5779

See you Sunday

Shabbat Shalom

Love Yehuda Lave

Rabbi Yehuda Lave

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