Foliage and Stream

stream and foliage

What a fascinating article regarding artifacts found near Temple Mount, including a gold medallion with a menorah etched in it. More and more artifacts, artifacts from Before Common Era (BCE) have been found near there, lately.

During these Days of Awe, I find it very rewarding that Judaica is continually enriching our lives, whether by new findings or whether by prayer and practice.

Have a peaceful day. Shalom!

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4 responses to “Foliage and Stream

  1. How wonderful to find inspiration in nature and in archaeology. I keep thinking of white, as in, “one does not wear white after Labor Day” and a custom among some to wear white on Yom Kippur. Gmar chatimah tova.

    • Thank you, Leora. I remember those days, not wearing white after Labor Day. Yes, there are many who wear white on Yom Kippur.

      Gmar chatimah tova to you and your family.

  2. The new findings are fascinating, and your photo is beautiful.

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