Skip to comments.Nefesh B'Nefesh Hanukkah Flash Mob
Posted on 11/30/2013 9:19:44 PM PST by Nachum
Nefesh B'Nefesh brought over 150 participants together on Ben Yehuda Street for the first ever Jerusalem flash mob in honor of Hanukkah. Sound provided by David Shenkin. "Hanukkah Hey Ya!" by Eric Schwartz aka Smooth-E
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Hey ya........ :)
Happy Hannukkah .. yo
Thanks for posting.
Very good. Happy Hannukkah!
Soul in Soul? Do they feature soul music? (Duck’n & Runn’n)
I’m glad that everyone seemed to having fun and that the large cluster of people were not bombed. Ben Yehuda Street is usually crowded, as there are numerous great shops there to explore. The young lady sitting across the aisle from me on my El Al flight there had a very scarred face. After we struck up a conversation during the long flight, she matter-of-factly revealed that she and her friend were standing on Ben Yehuda Street when a terrorist bomb went off. It killed her friend standing next to her, and left her horribly burned. This did not add to my sense of calm on the way to visiting Israel for the first time! You can bet I was keeping my eye out while prowling those shops last summer.
Well you know. That IS the right attitude. They are going to celebrate the Lord God Almighty, and so what if some fiend gives them grief from time to time. And the more aggressively the Jews party (as long as they remember why and do it for the right reason), the more God likes it! Even the way they remember casualties (the Kaddish) praises the Lord rather than grieving the one who was lost off this mortal coil. It is very electric with its spirituality, if one has eyes to see.
Now crazy Christians like me assert that the Lord has filled in more detail to us, and we don’t back off of that assertion (and we gentile-church Christians, in particular, are crazy with gladness that the Lord shared His joy with us this way), but at the same time some of us can see God working His very characteristic way among the Jewish people.