A Wild Flower in Israel

Pesach is fading away pretty quickly.

Before we take leave of this miraculous holiday, I feel the need to share that I cannot help but be inspired and moved by the amount of pure kindness, friendship and love by people all over. I have seen this filtering out from a nucleus of family, community, towards a national and global scale. People are sharing food, shopping carts, money, talents and whatever they can imagine with their families, communities and even total strangers. It is moving that when a crisis hits we can all come together. Next time, let’s not wait for the crisis to hit.

I think I am going to try to think over this last part of the Chag how we can take this forward. How can we retain this attitude in a post corona world.

I’d love to hear your ideas.

Chag Sameach,

Shui

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