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,
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