By Marla Goldberg
Eretz Yisrael, The Holy Land, The Promised Land--whatever name for it you have or whatever you call it, I consider it HOME. After multiple visits, each different in its intent, learnings, and bend—I continue to be transformed in ways that are mostly intangible. What does not change is the deepening affection that happens, in spite of politics.
Being in Israel is a wonderful juxtaposition of being grounded in history while functioning in the modern world. It is not always easy to balance these disparate feelings, but it is definitely worthwhile. For me, the... Read More