The president of Poland laid a bouquet of flowers on the grave of Yoni Netanyahu, who he said was "a hero."
I am asking you, in this neighborhood, (and beyond if you want to share), paint something positive on your trashcan!
This faux-soil playdough is easy, cheap and lasts much longer than its store-bought counterpart.
Winter time in Israel is when everything blooms due to the abundant rain.
Here are some wild flowers growing in Gush Etzion.
Last Shabbat, half of Israel was in Shul, the other half drove down to the Negev, for the Red South (Darom Adom) Festival.
Using flowers on graves is not such a new idea. It may even date back 12,000 years to a society that lived in Haifa Mount Carmel areas, where Elijah the Prophet lived in Biblical times.
Winter flowers are already blooming, led of course by the dainty little Persian Cyclamen (Rakefet).
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