Very soon I’ll be flying to Israel. It’s been several decades since I lived their for a couple of years. Naturally, I wouldn’t think that time stood still, there will be many changes, so many dramatic changes that I won’t recognize many places.
In the beginning of my stay in Israel I lived on a small Hungarian kibbutz in the north and its nameÂ Kibbutz Ma’gan. Where I lived was in a humble cabin. When I looked out from the entrance of the cabin the lake of Galilee was right there. Wow, what a magnificent sight to wake up to every morning. The huge lake was so close to where I lived I actually designed a diving board in my head.
Of course, I can’t forget the magnificent Peacocks that woke me up every morning. I wasn’t so crazy about their sound but when they spread their gloriously vibrant colored feathers I stood spellbound. One of the first couple of places I want to go is that small Hungarian Kibbutz.
I’ve decided to “seize the day” and revisit Israel.Â When I return I’ll share my experiences with you. Shalom, Shalom.
~ Susan Elkin