Photo Credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash 90

This is what the roads in Israel will look like tomorrow, on Yom Kippur.


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  1. What I find mysterious is that if “secular” Israelis are soenchanted by the roads looking like this, why not observe Shabbat and the Yom Tovim. They could enjoy empty roads and smog-free sky every week. They could be hipperm, greener and more rested than all the avant guard types around the world.. Yes, its not always completely convienent but “according to the effort is the reward”.

  2. Growing up stores were not open on Sundays with gas stations taking turns who stayed open during the day. Some can’t imagine no shopping on Sunday, but it was wonderful. You went to church, ate lunch with family, and visited with each other. Roads and towns was vacant of cars. When doctors or pharmacists were needed, they would needed at the office or store with police there in cases when no one knew the patient. Great memories! Sometimes wish it was still that way on Sundays.

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