Looking at these last few days, one would not imagine that we have been sick or that I am exhausted from chemo....
Wednesday night: Moshe and I went to an excellent local lecture by Machon Meir's Rav Uri Cherki about Yom Yerushalayim -- Rav Cherki spoke about our limitations (space, time, and metaphysical) and how Jerusalem breaks through all those barriers.
Thursday night: Moshe, our youngest daughter, and I went to a film about the fall of the Old City in 1948, followed by a moving talk by Natan Gini, who was 12 years old when he defended his home/community in the Old City in 1948.
Saturday night: Moshe and I attended a fascinating lecture about Nechama Leybovitch by Yael Unterman, who just published a book about Nechama.
Sunday night: We went to Neve Daniel to be Menachem Aveilim (comfort mourners).
Monday night: We plan to be home (for a change).
Tuesday night: We plan to go see the Star Trek movie. Anyone want to join us?
Lest you get the mistaken impression that Moshe waited until now to see it.... I will be seeing the movie for the first time; Moshe went to see it the day it came out. ?אלה מה
Please daven (or send happy, healing thoughts) for RivkA bat Teirtzel.
With love and optimism,
"Italian Salad" at Jerusalem's Iconic "Cafe Rimon"
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