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Modern Nomads

This time NomadicHype brings you to country which has enormous history, beautiful landscapes and of course 21th century nomads.

Despite the draw of the city, hundreds of thousands of Mongolians continue to preserve a way of life that goes back at least a millennium. 235 more words


Five Go Off To A Ger Camp

On Saturday afternoon, me, my host sisters Saruul and Enkhzul, their sister Tumi and her friend, all piled into Tumi’s car and drove out of Ulaanbaatar to the countryside beyond. 567 more words

Horse-trekking in -18

Yesterday I rode a horse through a snow-cloaked valley at such a speed that it was a miracle I managed to stay on. It was both terrifying and exhilarating, and probably an experience I’ll never have again in my life – in England, they don’t tend to put beginners on top of horses which run like they’re escaping wildfire. 527 more words

Terrific continued dialog between Dr. Rivkah Adler and Al McCarn, re: The Dilemma of the Ger

The below linked article is a must read in the continued dialog between Dr. Adler and Al McCarn. Please read, digest and ponder. May Abba be glorified as He works out His plan of restoration in the world!! 17 more words

A Thought...

The Mongolian Ger

The Mongolian Ger, home to many of the Mongolians is an interesting concept. I was told that the two poles in the centre represented the Father and Mother. 96 more words


Becoming a ger.

In Modern Hebrew, ger refers to a convert to Judaism.

Last week I went to synagogue for the first time. Last night I went again. I’ve never felt so connected to a group of people I would never expect to meet normally. 376 more words