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    Sunday, August 14, 2005

    From Our Friends in Australia
    by Bozwell @ 4:04 pm. Filed under General, Bozwell

    I was in the Caulfield - Glenhuntly - Elsternwick area last night. I was cold, exposed to the elements and not in a particularly good mood. I would have given anything to be at home, relaxed and comfortable--but I was working you see.

    During the course of my duties I suddenly became aware of quite a lot of activity, people walking up and down the streets-whole families in some cases. An old man with a long white beard and dressed in black walked past me on the footpath. As he passed me by he smiled and dipped his hat, I nodded back in acknowledgement.

    It was of course the Sabbath, and I was amongst a large community of Jewish people going about their business on Balaclava Road. I couldn't help but like seeing what was going on around me and found my mood improving. They appeared to be happy and content and there seemed to be an unspoken sense of community amongst them.

    As a result of being exposed to this, I realised that this sense of community and family values was a wonderful sight to behold. I found myself wondering how such a tragic history, such as they have lived through generation after generation could have bred such a gentle group of people. Of course the answer was clear--The Jewish people display such strength and dignity that how could anyone take that away from them? To me this was an undeniable fact considering what I was witnessing.

    That old saying rings true "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger", especially in the Jewish community. They are a proud and noble people who have overcome unthinkable amounts of hatred in order to survive.

    All I can say in retrospect is that being on Balaclava Road on a cold winter's night was by no means the worst place I could have been at the time.
    In fact, the experience provided me with much to reflect upon.

    Shared by Greta (Hooah Wife) @ 12:56 PM

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