Welcoming the Sabbath at the Western Wall

Shabbat (Sabbath) at the western wall in Jerusalem.

Joyful celebration of G-d’s blessings and protection and inspiration.

Happiness at the wailing wall on Shabbat….a sign to the world of the relationship between G-d and Israel.

Written by Richard J Paracka

 

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