Thursday, April 7, 2011

The Wailing Wall--Just Photos

For those of you who asked for more pictures, here are some of my favorites from the Western (Wailing) Wall. If you haven't read the post below on our trip, however, be sure to scroll down for that.

This is the wall attached to the wall. I loved all the bird's nest around the Wailing Wall. And during the Sabbath worship, all the birds seemed to come out and circle rapidly high above the worshippers, joining in the celebration.

The wall
A close up of prayers tucked into the wall, in hopes that God will read and answer them.

To the wall come people of all nationalities. Here the faithful wash before offering their prayers.

Two ladies read their scriptures near the wall.
One of my most favorite pictures.
Each time we have been to Jerusalem we have seen young boys brought in groups to the wall to be taught. I loved this picture of these two little ones.
But my favorite scenes are those of the little boys with the Torah in hand and crowns on their heads being taught who they are and who they can become.
It is truly a beautiful and sweet place to visit.


Emma T said...

Oh my gosh!! I love these pictures. It makes me want to go there so bad!! Thanks so much for sharing them.

Dixie Mom said...

My word...these pictures are amazing. I want to go there so bad. Thanks for bringing me there this morning. )

Sue said...

Just fascinating. And your pictures are so well done!


Cherie said...

I am loving every picture and description - It is all amazing and so interesting.
The pictures of the little boys, their hair, what they are taught. Wow.
This is already big time on my bucket list but looking and reading about your trip makes me want to jump on a plane!
Thanks so much for sharing your trip and keep it coming!

Rebecca Irvine said...

Love these pictures!

Terri said...

your camera is amazing. So are your adventures.

Roger and LeAnn said...

I loved the pictures. What a fun! I would love to take a trip there sometime.
Blessings to you! LeAnn

Momza said...

I loved this so much, I posted it on the MMB Post of the Week!

Giggles said...

What wonderful photos. That we would all be taught so well who we are and who we can become.