Oh Jerusalem: Shawarmas, the shema and a tractor at church

I’ve lost count of just how many times I’ve been to Jerusalem, but one fact that is sure: Jerusalem never disappoints. The sights, sounds and smells overwhelm visitors to this ancient, complicated city. Jerusalem serves as the crossroads of three world religions: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. If you are an observer of people like me, … Continue reading Oh Jerusalem: Shawarmas, the shema and a tractor at church

Strolling through Jerusalem’s Old City: Like a look inside my soul

By Gary D. MyersThe Old City of Jerusalem never fails to deliver something new and interesting. Each visit It is a filled with unique sights, smells and sounds. Jerusalem didn’t disappoint June 8 when I entered the Damascus Gate just as the Muslims were leaving the Mosques after Friday prayers. The city gave me a … Continue reading Strolling through Jerusalem’s Old City: Like a look inside my soul