Thousand years

Rabbi Sacks – One year later | Raphael Zarum

Rabbi Lord Sacks rose to the challenges. He cared more about the honor of the Torah than his own. And his optimism and humor have always shone. It has been almost a year since his death and like so many others, his loss is still very deep. When Aaron died, says the midrash, the Israelites could not believe that such ...

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Britain can be friends with the world, but she shouldn’t get lost in the process

(Photo: iStock / MattiaATH) A recent article in The temperature details how the best private schools, such as Harrow, Westminster and Dulwich, have quietly made their fortunes by setting up branches of their prestigious and exclusive schools in places such as Hong Kong and China, Abu Dhabi and Egypt. The stated goal is apparently to educate the wealthy elites from ...

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Celebrities march to receive Prince William Earthshot Award

In a video message, William looked back at the first 20 years of this century. “We live in a time which determines the fate of humanity,” he said. “What we do or don’t do now is crucial for the next thousand years of our planet.” According to William, all is not lost. He said that humanity has already proven in ...

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One of Egypt’s last fez makers is proud of its craftsmanship despite declining popularity

CAIRO, October 18 (Reuters) – For nearly 45 years, Nasser Abdel Basset has been a proud maker of the fez, the iconic felt hat that was once worn by Egypt’s elite, bureaucrats and students. Located in the rue du Vieux Caire in al-Ghoureya, Abdel Basset’s workshop is one of the very few that remain. “I learned the trade from an ...

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God Of War To Shadow Of The Colossus: Best PS2 Games

Check out these best PS2 games from God of War to Shadow of the Colossus !!! “class =” lazy img-responsive “data-src =” https://www.iwmbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/god-of-war-to-shadow-of-the-colosse- best-ps2-games-5-920×518.jpeg “width =” 920 “height =” 518 “alt =” God Of War To Shadow Of The Colossus: Best PS2 Games “/> There aren’t many reassuring games that are still recognized as fondly as the PlayStation 2. Appearing ...

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No problem, it’s old! – Muncie’s Journal

By John Carlson— Every now and then when you think that 2021’s problems with the pandemic, raging forest fires and global warming have become too much to bear, you come across a story that makes your blessings count. So, have you read about the 2,700 year old toilet? I did. Since then, I feel pretty good about life now. Back ...

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Suffering from a Mozart overdose in a beautiful city – The Berlin Spectator

Salzburg is one of the most important tourist poles in Austria, and also one of the most beautiful. A name and a face are omnipresent. Obviously, it’s Mozart. There is no escaping him there. Berlin, October 14, 2021 (The Berlin Spectator) – Get nougat, dark chocolate, marzipan, and pistachio. Put everything together and form a ball. Then cover it with ...

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RELIGION: Tales from the Road: Valley of Death

When we arrived in California to visit our son and his family, Ron asked, “How was the trip? “It was a tough trip. I walked through Death Valley just to see you.” “Really, daddy?” So you, a 74 year old Californian, finally visited Death Valley National Park. Was it worth it? “For a Californian, definitely, YES. But I think for ...

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Researchers make synthetic starch from carbon dioxide

Rice, potatoes, corn, corn. All of them seem relatively harmless foods that we often don’t need to think twice about. Yet they all constitute a fundamental carbohydrate which is not only a crucial part of the human diet, but is also a main raw material for the bio-industry and a central ingredient in the manufacture of products such as paper ...

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Your Point of View: No Opinions or Popular Words | Letters

This newspaper blatantly regurgitates the party line of the press. You would think that after living here for a thousand years, they would have learned something, people change channels, but like a good soldier, they keep trying…. after all, it’s all the rage. On second thought, that might give them too much credit. On Friday, October 8, they published the ...

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