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Week 3 Poem from Bus 6

Week 3 Poem from Bus 6

Our week began as we were split into three, repairing the world, IDF, and… sea to sea. Some of us went to go take a long hike, they did a lot of walking and spent some time on a…bike. Some of us went to train as a new recruit, despite it being difficult it sure was a…...

Taking Off with Bus 19

Taking Off with Bus 19

By Sara Muderick and Emma Ziff Right off the boat, there was a bumpy ride from Kunkletown to JFK airport. Alas, we made it! Emma was a CIT this summer at URJ Camp Harlam. Sara, however, was partying it up in California with her family. After two different journeys...

Connections

Connections

By Rabbi Loren Sykes, Director of Israel Immersives All Hebrew verbs, almost every Hebrew word, in fact, is made up of a three-letter root. Links between different words are revealed through shared three-letter roots. For example, words sharing the three-letter root...

Admiring the Negev with Bus 15

Admiring the Negev with Bus 15

By Samantha Zelling Our trip to the Negev was unlike any experience I have had in my entire life. The calm serenity of the ginormous hills of rocks and the swaying ever-present wind changed my entire perspective on living, managing my time away from technology, and...

Feeling at Home with Bus 15

Feeling at Home with Bus 15

By Zoe Hamilton My first few days in Israel were unreal. My journey started in Newark Airport where I reunited with my Jewish friends and met many more that I’ve stuck with since. When we arrived, I got to experience my first ever Shabbat in Israel. The strong sense...

A Poem from Bus 6

A Poem from Bus 6

Our week began as we arrived in the holiest city on earth. Jerusalem’s beauty made our long drive well... worth. We made our way through the tunnels of the old city, and our underwater trek was far from… pretty. Later that day we arrived at the western wall, we sadly...

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