Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Categories

Powered by FeedBurner

« Marshall Art Gallery: Advertising on the Go | Main | The High Point Museum »

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Greensboro Daily Photo


Cinema Emanu_El is currently underway in Dallas, TX. Too bad Dallas is so far from Greensboro as the films sound fabulous. The following films are being shown: Hineini; My Father My Lord; Noodle; Live and Become. A rabbi-lead discussion follows each film. What an educational/faith probing opportunity. Have any of these ever movies been shown in Greensboro?

(see Dallas Morning News article)
http://religionblog.dallasnews.com/archives/2009/07/cinema-emanu-el-cranks-up-next.html

Greensboro Daily Photo


Two blogs that we visit, especially on Sky Watch Friday, are relevant to today's post. Jew Wishes is more focused on Judaism. Jerusalem Hills comments on many topics related to Jerusalem.

Jew Wishes
http://jewwishes.wordpress.com/

Jerusalem Hills Daily Photo
http://jerusalemhillsdailyphoto.blogspot.com/

Finally, for those of you who visit GDP on Sunday for our religious posts on Sunday, we recommend:

Monastery Daily Photo
http://monasterydailyphoto.blogspot.com/

MDP is as close as you will come to getting an insider's view of the cloistered life without actually joining!

babooshka

Fascinating.Intersting to see the mix of religions you have. Small islamds like mine do tend to be very insular

Jacob

Fascinating. It is sad, that even today, the need for security is so great!

Dina

Wait, so what does the "pluralistic" mean?
Looks and sounds like a fine school. Hope they give you the grand tour inside.
Nice to catch up with your week of posts, all so different.
Thanks for the mention. The two other blogs you name are really great.
Shalom!

Ellie

Looks like a spaceship! Very interesting lights! Love it!

Jew Wishes

Thank you so much for the link!

The photo of the Hebrew Academy is stunning. I love the contrasts of light and tones.

Betsy from Tennessee

Hi There, We're home after a wonderful weekend in the gorgeous North Carolina mountains. I'll post in the morning.

Interesting post... Thanks for sharing.

Hope you had a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

Dina in Jerusaelm

You asked what you would wish a person on 17 of Tamuz. I finally got to answering some comments...
On Yom Kippur people wish you "Tsom kal," meaning "Easy over the fast" or literally, an easy fast. But that one is from late afternoon till the next day after sunset.
Not sure what they say on 17 Tamuz, which is only during one day fasting.

Jonathan Livnat

Great picture. Feel free to contact me (via email)to schedule a tour on campus.
Jonathan Livnat, American Hebrew academy

FA

Thanks for the link. I am privileged to be cited among such great bloggers.

The comments to this entry are closed.