A. There is a thread of love which holds everything together.
A. Shimon Peres. He is so optimistic about peace. When he speaks I imagine doves and butterflies flying through the air. I was in his house once on a delegation, and his words and the steady resonance of his voice made me want to weep, sing and pray. David Ben-Gurion once said, “In Israel, if you don’t believe in miracles, you are not a realist.” Under constant pressure and threat, Peres maintains a poetical but realistic soul I admire. To me, he just sparkles with love and hope.
A. On a bicycle along a river, my husband and three kids riding alongside, with miles of gardens, swaying trees and grasses, and people picnicking, laughing, and playing Frisbee while we sail by, with blueberries and cherries in our baskets.
A. I regret the times when I could not express my true feelings.