Category Archives: lost in translation

Lover-translated and original

Lover by Shlomit Naim Naor Translated from Hebrew to English by me “there was no need to cut my body into twelve parts and to write the sender’s  address .   I thought about it and it is rather  dreary … Continue reading

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Watch “יצחק קלפטר – נפגשנו” on YouTube

מילים לשירים ואקורדים של יצחק קלפטר Translated from Hebrew to English by Seagull L.  נפגשנו יצחק קלפטר מילים ולחן: יצחק קלפטר נפגשנו, שמש פנתה לים   we met, the sun set in the sea השמיים צבע אותם אמן    the … Continue reading

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leven in poëzie: across the whole world – Warsan Shire

http://bertdeben.blogspot.ch/2015/11/across-whole-world-warsan-shire.html?m=1 Posted from WordPress for Android

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Shimon Peres 1923-2016 | The Jewish Press

http://www.jewishpress.com/cartoons/shimon-peres-1923-2016/ A picture is worth a thousand words! Posted from WordPress for Android

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The sound of rain

The sound of rain, the song of birds welcoming good thoughts. Posted from WordPress for Android

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accepting rejections

life offers you pretty packages wrapped with what seems to be silk ribbons then tells you; “you can’t have this” later, much later, whatever does not want you seems more attractive, more beautiful. shining in a thousand rays of a … Continue reading

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How Prague betrayed Franz Kafka – Arutz Sheva

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/19463 If you mention the fact that Franz Kafka’s  sisters had been murdered by the Nazis in concentration camps to a European  it seems as though you are being rude these days but to help a terrorist organization that wishes … Continue reading

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But did you look at the sky today?

“To seclude yourself in order to pour out your heart to God is of supreme value,the highest of all levels.” “The six hundres thousand letters of the Torah* correspond to the six hundred thousand souls present at mount Sinai when … Continue reading

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The words of God can be found on youtube

The other day i stumbled once more upon a man who subscribes to conspiracy theories about the house of Rothschild being behind Nazism and ISIS and what not. The problems with those low life arguments that Assad ,kadafi and Sadam … Continue reading

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where opposites meet

After years of not having any sort of contact,  after she screamed out at my half swiss boyfriend , at the time, that i am an extreme Right wing person After we met in the IDF in a unit where … Continue reading

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