On June 27th, Israel will celebrate the tenth anniversary of Tel Aviv’s annual “White Night Festival.” The party lasts through the night and showcases music, art, and culture from Israel. This incredible party first started as a celebration of Tel Aviv gaining World Heritage Site status from UNESCO in 2003.
Check out the beautiful ad from the event:
The Ramon Crater, one of Israel’s natural wonders, has been selected to be included in a competition sponsored by VirtualTourist.com to find the “8th Wonder of World.”
Since the Original Seven Wonders of the World – the Colossus of Rhodes, the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Lighthouse of Alexandria, The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, the Statue of Zeus at Olympia, the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus – a list compiled by the Ancient Greeks who marveled at these extraordinary geological locales, many modern lists have been conducted by various institutions, including one by CNN, which often include the Grand Canyon, the Taj Mahal, the Golden Gate Bridge, the CN Tower, and many more.
Now, in a bid to finally label which of these wondrous…
An Israeli company has developed a “seeing aid,” a small device attached to a pair of glasses that helps visually impaired people “see.” One reporter takes it for a test run:
What does it mean to walk in the way of the Lord? How can we, as human beings, emulate the ways of God? One of the simplest ways I have found is by reflecting His beautiful characteristics. Just as God is merciful, so too we are commanded to be merciful. Just as God is kind, so too we are commanded to act with kindness. And when we review the course of any day, we find many opportunities laid out for us in which we have a choice to be merciful to others or not, to treat others with compassion and kindness or not.
So when I heard from my cousins recently that my aunt was diagnosed with leukemia, I paid her a visit and spent an afternoon by her bedside sharing family stories, looking at family albums together,…
Team Leader Darius Zrian knelt before [Holocaust survivor Shoshana] Kolmer and said, “It is a privilege and a great honor for us to hear about your life. It is difficult to accept and understand what happened to you and the other people who experienced the Holocaust. Perhaps only God can.”
He said that as a child, he was raised to hate Israel. “I am from Hamadan in southern Iran. Every morning at school the day was opened with the shout, “Death to Israel.” Only years later when I became a Christian, I realized it was the religious land of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. I’m very…