We all feel very lucky living in Shiloh. It's a truly beautiful place, physically and spiritually.
It's hard to believe that sometimes years went by between my visits. But now, maybe it's my empty nest, I'm drawn to the site of Ancient Shiloh.
Is it the spirit of Chana?
Or is it the fact that the Holy Ark rested here in the Mishkan, The Tabernacle, for 369 years?
Ketoret was prepared for Worship.
The holiness seeped into the ground here, and thousands of years later it hasn't left.
Tourists come here from all over the world, so how could we ignore it?
G-d willing we'll be back visiting in another month for the beginning of the Jewish Month of Sivan. We're thinking of making the visit at the end of Iyyar, the 28th which is Yom Yerushalayim, Jerusalem Day. At the same time we can celebrate the Liberation of Shiloh from Arab
And now, for thirty years already, we're back.
Come and visit. For tourist information, call the Tel's office, 02-994-4019.