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Right after the intensive prayers of Rosh Hashana were over in Uman, the streets filled with spontaneous dancing and music. Here's a glimpse of what went on:
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Inspirational stuff !
Wonderful to see so many people having a good time together in a genuine spirit of mutual spiritual uplift. Reminds me of the parties I used to host and attend. In events like these the collective soul transcends the lonely, isolated self. Good connections make the universe go around and deep down we all desire connection to G-d and other human beings. Also, many musical genres have their own beauty and so it is with the electronic form. Only trying one type of food at the buffet is boring.
P.S. It would be great to see all these people and many others from Israel and around the world dancing together in Jerusalem after a special globally catalysing event in 2013...
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Thursday, 11 October 2012 at 08:34 PM
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