Saturday, August 14, 2010

hmm. Reality can be petty in contrast to others.

That googling people is vague, obscure and truncated. That friends are friends not matter the distance. That being a single parent is filled with rewards, peace and a clean house, but lonely at night/ the evenings.

That the REI garage sale IS awesome, don't miss it if you get a chance to go. That if you leave your lights on in the car, it will not start hours later and if you lock your bike up somewhere... leave.... and voila, it doesn't , magically appear back at home you actually need to go get it yourself.

That a smile is worth more than a million frowns. That someone will always be excited to take your child to a water park. That the laundry doesn't to itself, but someday you can teach your children how.

The following photos were taken in Gaza eariier this week. A wonderful, beautiful soul and friend is there as a nurse through a Swedish company, VIA the UN. Her name is Jen B. and she is from Baton Rouge. Her courage to seek new experiences and to help others is unmeasurable and inspiring.

That some children in Gaza don't have shoes, carry pails and live with trash on the coast of the MED. That horse drawn buggies still exist, the people do care, and that Israel must end its embargoes and control over the Gaza Strip. That Israel must stop building settlements, "don't you have enough land already?". Palestine is a country and should be its own country.

Israel is greedy. The smartest man next to Churchill supported a Jewish state as I do, but not one as violent and bully based as the current Israel. He choose not to lead it, and I wonder if it was because he new the future blood on his hands would negate his life's work as a physicists. ?

A very wise man, once turned down becoming the next president of Israel. His name was ... Albert Einstien. ...Albert Einstein, a Jew but not an Israeli citizen, was offered the presidency in 1952 but turned it down, stating "I am deeply moved by the offer from our State of Israel, and at once saddened and ashamed that I cannot accept it.

Alber E.said once: " "The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible."l

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