Back from Israel

Where do I even begin? I just had the most amazing 10 days of my life in a foreign country with a group of strangers. Every day was jam packed with adventures and emotions, some so intense I can’t even put into words. The organization is called URJ Kesher through Taglit Birthright. Kesher means connection. Taglit means discovery. I expected to have an amazing experience through my new discoveries of Israel, but what I didn’t expect was the deep connection I felt with the country and the people I met on the trip. As a blogger, I feel the need to document everything. But this experience was mine, and I’m not sure if I’m ready to share it, or if I can even do it justice by turning it into a blog post. Until I figure this out…stay tuned on social media for photos and videos.

Sea of Galilee

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