positive thoughts

today, eitan, a two-week-old baby, hospitalized in intensive care, unconscious for several days, opened his eyes for the first time.

“positive thoughts”, jerusalem, august 2006

a ceasefire has been declared on our northern border and is holding for more than 24 hours. army reservists, nitzan among them, will be released this week. uri missed the war!

perhaps father josep has not cancelled his travel plans.

yesterday i was honored to host a great group of photographers at my exhibition. they were very interested and anxious to hear about the project. they were not disappointed, only full of praise.

i have three beautiful women waiting for me at home at the end of the day and i love them dearly. dorit, tamar and hila, thanks for being there!

can i ask for more?




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One response to “positive thoughts

  1. Praise the Lord. I’m so glad for this Great news. A child opens his eyes, Uri missing the war and a wonderful family to go home to. Does life get much better than this? Count your blessings, name them one by one.

    peace to you my friend.

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