"But to Jonah this seemed very wrong, and he became angry. He prayed to the LORD" (Jonah 4,1-2) Jonah's prayer to God and his saying, "For the good of my death from my life" raises thoughts about faith and prayer.
- First, I do not agree with Jonah. My experience is clear - my life is better than death
- Everyone wants to live. Very much want to live; Despite suffering, my life is better than death. The vicissitudes of fate that have passed us have brought me to
Jonah began by going a day’s journey into the city, proclaiming, “Forty more days and Nineveh will be overthrown" (Jonah 3,4) Jonah exclaims: "Forty more days and Nineveh will be overthrown" - these days the protest of the disabled continues in Israel; They block roads and demonstrate aggressively. My sister's friend arrived late for a meeting and apologized: "What chutzpah, they are holding everyone back ..." My sister answered her: "You do not know what you're talking abou
"Jonah obeyed the word of the LORD and went to Nineveh" (Jonah 3,3) Jonah goes to Nineveh as the word of God; At the end of Nadav's chemotherapy we started looking for a rehabilitation department. We went looking for the best place. I called in advance and arranged a meeting with the nurse in charge of one of Israel's most prestigious rehabilitation institutions. When I got to the meeting on time, I waited for the nurse for about half an hour, and when she finally went to ta
"And the LORD commanded the fish, and it vomited Jonah onto dry land" (Jonah 2,11) Almost immediately after graduating my design studies at the collage, my friend Dorit suggested that I replace her for a month and a half as a designer at Ma'ariv (a daily newspaper). That's how I got into journalism. I worked for five years at Ma'ariv and seven years at Yedioth Ahronoth (another daily newspaper). Working in daily newspapers is challenging because we live in Israel, where news