What do Israel and India have in common with Istanbul and Amsterdam? Other than all starting with a vowel?
It’s where this Philadelphia lad is heading from Nov. 6 through Nov 18, creating a pilgrimage that will touch base with five of the World’s largest religions: Christianity and Judaism, as well as the Muslim and Hindu faiths, ending at the land where the Buddha gained enlightenment.
Tel Aviv will host an international Kabbalah meeting for students of Rav Michael Laitman and then it’s off to Jerusalem to visit Golgotha where Jesus was crucified, the wailing wall where the second Jewish Temple resided, as well as the Dome of the Rock where the Prohet Mohammed ascended. Delhi, India will be my next host country, where I will see the wonders guarded by Shiva and my favorite Hindu deity, Ganesha. I hope to meditate at the site of the old Bodhi tree (replaced by a new one) where the one most the World knows as the “Buddha” achieved enlightenment and then offered his first teachings.
I will then return and prepare for an even more exotic trip — downtown Cleveland, Ohio — at Xmas break with my son, Nicholas.
Here’s Wishing me “Bon Voyage!”
Kabbalah To Mingle With Buddhist Jaunt
Michael I was so glad to see a post from you, as I hadn’t seen one from you in a while. And then this…the most FABULOUS news! A journey of all journeys, I am so happy for you. I will be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. 🙂 Maggie
I wish I was there! Please make time to catch up when you get back?
Ellen, Mike and Ali
im happy for you. feliz viaje.if u can take photos of Jerusalem that would be great.
Have a great time 🙂
Oh, Michael J, all of the incredible insights you will gain. Have a marvelous trip. I really hope you’ll share those precious moments when your soul flips into under-drive. Travel well.
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Good luck, Michael! Have a nice trip.
Have a great time, Michael! I can’t wait to hear all about all of it, and see photos if you take them. The center is not the same without you!
Fantastic journey Michael. Can’t wait to hear about all your discoveries. All the best. Namaste. Karen.
Have a wonderful and safe trip…especially in Cleveland! It sounds wonderful!