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The Reason

My story is going to be a bit cliché, but it will all be the truth. While I thought I had been well on my way on my journey in life, I’ve started to realize that life isn’t one journey, but multiple journeys that come together to make up ones life time on earth. 494 more words

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The Morning After an Unsettling Crucifixion

This is another installment of my series on Longinus the Centurion looking at Holy Week through the eyes of a Roman soldier in occupied Judea. It was originally written in 2011 but I have reworked it to fit in better with the articles that I wrote in the prequel. 1,024 more words


Israeli occupation forces denied UN Mideast peace envoy entry to Jerusalem Holy Fire ceremony

JERUSALEM (Ma’an) — Israeli police on Saturday prevented UN Middle East peace envoy Robert Serry from celebrating the Holy Fire ceremony in Jerusalem, a statement from his office said. 263 more words


Article 19 present: Jerusalem @ The Guild of Students

Article 19’s adaptation, directed by Elisha Owen and Nicole Rixon, was my first taste of Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem and it was a distinctly bittersweet one. 564 more words



I had the privilege of meeting and having the speaker of the Knesset in Israel (at the time) receive a copy of my book and read it! 57 more words

Village of Healing

Bat Ayin is a smallish village in the West bank, just South of Jerusalem. It is populated entirely by religious Jews, and founded by newly religious Jews in 1967, on land acquired in the 1900′s. 1,010 more words


Jerusalem, if I forget you, as the greatest young Jewish rapper Matisyahu; would be our next stop on this 10 day journey. We left the north on Friday and headed down to the spiritual city of Jerusalem just in time to celebrate Shabbat. 1,361 more words