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December 14, 2010

David Gerstein in his Jerusalem studio.























David Gerstein is one of the most creative and innovative contemporary artists in the world.

The flatness of computer screen cannot fully convey the beauty and the unique dynamic expression of life's magic, musical rhythm and joy of his three-dimensional multi-layered sculptures.

His galleries, studios and exhibits around the world are listed on his official website http://www.davidgerstein.com , as well as lots of information about the artist and his work.

October 7, 2010

Simchat Torah in Ramat Sharett











From the wisdom of Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman.

On Simchat Torah, we dance with our feet, not with our heads. If we would dance with our heads, each one would dance a different dance, in a different space, with his friends and not others or as a lonesome soul. For one head is higher, one is lower, one is here on earth and the other in the clouds or beyond. But we dance with our feet, and all our feet are here on the same earth--none higher and none lower--so now we can all dance as one, with one heart, as one people.

September 16, 2010

Shana Tova to all friends and followers.


From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman.

There are things that are important to us, so we speak about them.
There are things so important to us that the words flow out in a burst of emotion, rich words, expressive and vibrant.
And then there are things that shake us to the core.
Things that do not care for the mind's permission or for the right words—
for the mind cannot fathom them, the most poignant words could not contain them. Things that can only break out in a cry, in a scream, and then in silence.
This is the sound of the shofar:
The very core of our souls crying, "Father! Father!"