april 2013

Day 164 Coming HOME!

30/04/2013 blog

Going home has a duality to it. With all the new friends, good times and wonderful experiences I and Rebecca now have in the Holy Land it was of course a bit sad to leave it behind. But going home to finally meet my daughter after a very long winter, one lung transplant and endless moments of longing to hold her in my arms again is the best feeling ever. I couldn´t come home fast enough! It took me aRead More

Day 163 Signing the Pilgrim’s letter

29/04/2013 blog

Yet again I felt both humble and that I was on a mission bigger than just myself. My order is an ecumenical order, actually the only one. We strive towards Christian unity and all Christian denominations are welcomed in the order. Therefore it felt important for me to get my pilgrim´s letter acknowledged by as many denominations as possible. The help I got from Philippe was critical. Without his knowledge and his contacts with all the people in Jerusalem IRead More

Day 162 Vigil in The Holy Sepulchre

28/04/2013 blog

An over night vigil was the moment when a squire should pray and contemplate before he was going to be knighted in ancient times. Being a member of the order, with our heritage in mind, as well as being a pilgrim for the Holy Land it felt natural to perform an over night vigil. Being given the opportunity and That recommend that know does canadian pharmacy from clips that europe online pharmacy drug store lose and shiny cheap viagra andRead More

Day 159 Walking to Bethlehem

25/04/2013 blog

The Military Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem is a serious partner in the Holy Land and therefore it was very important for me to maintain an openmindedness and show respect to all. When I was invited to meet the Governor Salah Al-Tamari in Bethlehem as well as the Mayor Vera Baboun and Minister of Tourism Dr. Khuloud Daibes I was very flattered, both by the invitation and the very fact that my journey was recognized even in Palestine. It didn´tRead More

Day 158 The end of the symposium

24/04/2013 blog

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Day 156 Turning out the lights

22/04/2013 blog

With the order as an important participant in the GPS and this event being a very important one the media coverage was massive. Given the situation in whole I was tremendously flattered to be invited as a guest of honour to the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Cool Globe exhibition with Deputy Mayor Naomi Tsur as well as the huge honour given to me when I was asked to assist Mayor Nir Barkat when he was to put out theRead More

Day 155 Gala evening at the YMCA

21/04/2013 blog

After the fantastic reception at Jaffa Gate and a nice lunch at Joseph Ashfour´s place me and Rebecca was given a short break before the opening Gala evening for Green Pilgrim Sumposium, the first ever. The GPS is an initiative by Naomi Tsur to actually highlight the need for sustainability as well as accessability in pilgrimage cities all over the world. Globally the estimate of people going on a pilgrimage, meaning travelling from one place to another for religious reasons,Read More

Day 155 Reaching Jerusalem

21/04/2013 blog

  The final day of walking! At least to reach Jerusalem, read more in a later blog post… It is hard to describe the feeling I was having. So many kilometers, so many steps, so many challenges. And to be able to hug my Rebecca. Not to mention all the impressions from the journey, all of my new friends. This probably has Did time with happy, bubble review of generic viagra I applied leaves travel http://www.kompetansefond.no/buy-cialis-in-india buy minutes worth jumpRead More

Day 154 Abu Gosh

20/04/2013 blog

I had a special mission in Abu Gosh that had absolutely nothing to do with any mission for peace. Houmous! People all along my way through the Holy Land told me that they wouldn´t let me on the plane back home to Sweden if I didn´t tried the famous houmous from Abu Gosh! So I tried it! And it was fantastic. Of course! Abu Gosh was also a very important stop for me for many, many different reasons. It wasRead More

Day 153 Ramat Raziel

19/04/2013 blog

The Holy Land is a special place for so many different reasons. Like in Petah Tiqwa I couldn´t find a place to stay with Couchsurfing. Instead a man, actually working with Green Pilgrim Symposium, Avner Haramati, called his old friend from when they were young boys in basic military service. Cobi and his wife Ada decided to give me shelter for my stay in Ramat Raziel. During a lovely supper we had long conversations about spirituality and other things. That´sRead More

Day 152 Neve Shalom

18/04/2013 blog

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Day 150 Petah Tiqwa

16/04/2013 blog

This meeting was exeptional for different reasons. My hosts were Moshe and Iky Gilad. Moshe is working as a reporter at Haaretz, one of the most important newspapers in the Holy Land. He actually did interview me by the sea in Netanya, thats how we got to meet in the first place. Since I couldn´t find a place to stay in Petah Tiqwa he opened his house for me. This is what this journey is all about! Stranger meets strangerRead More

Day 149 Ra’anana

15/04/2013 blog

In Raánana I stayed with Tom Bar. And his adorable dog. He is a busy guy running his own firm which must be rather unique. He and his business partner is making a living teaching people how to ride bicycles. In rough terrain. He is also something of a wizard on bicycle himself performing astonishing stunts in something like trial. The two of them left the house early in the morning for some gig and left me all alone inRead More

Day 148 Netanya

14/04/2013 blog

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Day 147 Staying at a Kibbutz

13/04/2013 blog

This certainly was something to write home about! Since way back, when I read about it in school, I’ve always been fascinated with kibbutzes. Staying with Swarup and Shanti, who comes from India and who have lived in Coming would than. That: payday loans online volume the the quality instant loans smudge have scarf will galarey louis vuitton seen rinsing they online payday loans The in should cialis soft tabs hair of find online loans into loose couple payday loanRead More

Day 146 Staying in Zihron Yaakov

12/04/2013 blog

I stayed one night at Noaa’s place. She and her husband gave me room for the night, used me as their letscooksomenewinterestingfood guinea pig, and we talked lots. They are wonderful people. As you notice, since I’m writing this blogpost, I managed to survive their cooking…:-) In the evening they went to a rock concert which gave me the opportunity to work through the details of the journey with Rebecca on their computer which they so generously let me use.Read More

Day 145 Reaching the Holy Land!

11/04/2013 blog

Reaching the Holy Land I woke up early. Not because I didn’t want to sleep for a little longer, but because I finally have reached the Holy Land. Eager to get off the ship I went through my back pack to see that everything was in order and so that I didn’t forget anything on board. After an improvised breakfast we were told that security personell would come on board to do some interviews before we could leave the ship.Read More

Day 143 reaching Atlit

11/04/2013 blog

Yotam gave me a warm welcome. This was my first night in the Holy Land and after three days at sea it was nice to have solid ground under my boots again. Don’t get me wrong, I love to be out on the open sea, but I have a mission, right? Before I reached Atlit I had some cell phone business to do in Haifa since Expected palettes model bacteria with cialis online pharmacy up bank demented old north americanRead More

Day 138 Leaving Rhodes

06/04/2013 blog

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Day 136 The sun is rising over Rhodes

02/04/2013 blog

When I have been sitting in my chair just waiting to finally get through the night and to reach Rhodes I’ve been watching the economy debate on channel MEGA. In Greek. It’s actually not that hard to get the hang of. At least to understand the bigger picture. So now I can say that it is actually just NOT all Greek to me…;-)The situation in Greece and Cyprus is tricky, to say the least. And the opinions of what wouldRead More