Saturday, October 8, 2011

Slowly But Only Forward in Tel Aviv

This slogan painted on a utility box in Tel Aviv seemed appropriate to share as we move from the introspection of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, towards the future and promise of the new year. Will this be a year of progress and potential, as individuals and as a nation, or will it be a year of pain and backsliding? 

The decision is in our hands.


Dina said...

Tonight has the feeling of a new beginning.
Let's try for kadima, forward!

deedee said...

En avant!

Daryl said...

Forward is good.. there is no point living in the past BUT we need never to forget where we come from .. how we got here .. I hope your fast was easy! xo