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Monday, October 31, 2005

Like Modern Art?

Sometimes it seems like Modern Art, the strange juxtaposition of things.

Did Jackson Pollock really plan that his paint would splash, just so? If so, then no big deal for G-d to have it all organized in advance... like this past Sunday, even though I left the house late, knowing I had missed the bus... before I started going down the hill to wait for a ride, someone stopped. They were going in the wrong direction, but no big deal. I could still go with them as far as the main road, and then as soon as I got out of their car... I saw a neighbor just behind, and an empty seat, just one, waiting for me. So I got to Jerusalem, no problems.

But back to this strange combination of news this week.

According to a survey, many Arabs want to leave, to emigrate, get away from their violent neighbors, from the recruiters who lure their children, recruit them to blow themselves up. They're looking to get away from it all...

and go to...

While at the same time, a bloggers' debate became a news item, when the topic was the mix of aliyah and marriage. You'd think they were making explosives. Why is preserving a Jewish community in suburbia more important and valuable than preserving our country, our Land and its Jewish communities?

And, at the same time of course, the arrests continue... The greatest of the modern pioneers of yishuv Ha'aretz, Daniella Weiss, The Mayor of Kedumim, is considered guilty of a crime. Yes, Savta (Grandma) Daniella is being held in House Arrest until further notice for trying to build a new neighborhood.

Yes, it's all in the news, now...

Something to think about...

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