snapshots from Israel (day 7)

I remember the first time I drove through the Negev Desert. It was intimidating. The endless line of rocks, the silence, the desertedness. While my other-half explained me how this view makes him calm each time I was about to burst into a panic attack. Its like being on a lost island, somewhere alone, somewhere without…

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snapshots from Israel (day 5-6),

Surrealistic. Days in Israel are purely surrealistic now. There are cities, which are untouched. The soil, the daily routine, the Shabat, the nights. Untouched. No sirens, no bummmms. And there are cities, where nothing is untouched. The soil, the daily routine, the Shabat, the nights. All touched. Sirens, running, hiding, bummms. I am going from…

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snapshots from Israel… (day 2)

I so wanted, I really so wanted, I so wanted to wake up early morning and go to the beach and start running before I even open my eyes fully. The way I like it. Sunrise, sea, sand, stiff body but a soul that is filled with curiosity what the new day might bring…. So…

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snapshots from Israel… (day 1)

I never really blog (at least not in its real sense) but for the next two weeks you might see me doing that. And it has a reason. I am in Israel. You might wonder why I am here, especially now, but that is a different story. I arrived yesterday night from Budapest with a pleasant…

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I Am Not A Jew But I Wouldn’t Mind If….

Let’s clarify something: I am not Jewish. But I am openly standing with Israel. Let’s clarify something else: I am not against Palestinians. But I am openly against terrorists. Let’s clarify something else also: sometimes you need to stand up and say what you believe in. Or as Jay Leno said the other day ’At some point…

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Save Our School!

Read my recent article on OneEurope! Click for the original article or read it here: Children Fighting for Their Schools –  Armenia’s Rural Areas are Left With No Support-   We are not living an easy life. While the world is facing many challenges in a wide array of affairs and focal points, somewhere deep inside the rural…

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Y. is in the army!

A few months ago we traveled to Milano (if you recall my trip as Milano, you weird thing!) for a weekend. I wrote little about the actual purpose of the visit, because it was not so important. But today, I want to talk about it: we went there  to cheer for the Israeli Maccabi Basketball…

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