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I also share your prayer for Ariel Sharon's recovery. However it appears we need to adjust to the idea of alternative leadership. I learned to appreciate Sharon over the last 2 years despite being decidely depressed when he was voted in as PM. Things change. Welcome back to these dynamic soils. The four years passed quickly.
just now the PM lies in the eyeof the storm. actually Israel liesin the eye also. with the com-pletion of the wall the storm willremain outside for the most part.should A.Sharon not survive, Godwill raise up a leader for the land. he always has.the tel--AvivSecular heartfor secular Israel.Sand dune beachesflowing withMediterranean bloodlend life and song to the Jewish soul.jfrancis
I'm actually really hoping for mashiach now. Sharon was one of the last 'leaders' (besides Peres)and Harav Kaduri is also perhaps one of the last 'gigantic' Rabbis of our time. We are truly a people without leadership right now.
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