For the hyper-intelligent and hyper-sensitive, the situational framework of Erwin Schrodinger’s famous 1935 ‘thought experiment’ applied to the current Israeli and Arab relationship may prompt one to ask the question, “Who are the Bedouin of the Sinai and of the Naqab, and are they terrorists – or are they humanist?” I invite you to check in with me occasionally over the next 30 days as I spend time with the Bedouin here in the Negev Desert looking at the impact of modernity on this wind blown bastion of once nomadic tribes, a people that the enigmatic British officer Thomas Edward Lawrence characterized as having a “single noble intense unconsciousness.” But that was 100 years ago…
Welcome to the Negev
….this is now.
A Few Final Thoughts (before tomorrow)…
Jerusalem is a good City to be based out of when staying in Israel. It is central to everything that you will want to go and visit as a tourist, it is not a ‘fake city’ like Tel Aviv, and it provides a general snapshot of life in Israel without having to venture too far… Read more
In Aqaba – Incommunicado
Being incommunicado can elicit a plethora of emotions. As Carl Jung said speaking of affect, “Affect is defined by emotional reactions marked by physical symptoms and disturbances in thinking that are invariably a sign that a complex has been activated.” That is, for every man and woman, a complex cannot be controlled but lies laden… Read more
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