My friend Yael D. Bernhard has been planning a children's book about olives for years. This year she finally made it to Kibbutz Gezer in time for the harvest. In spite of the distant sounds of rockets falling, she and her daughter Sage worked alongside the rest of the olive pickers, and after work came back out to the olives to draw and paint.
See what she wrote about her experience on her blog:
It is very appreciable that your friend has become enough mature as she is thinking about her future profession. It will also help her to become more conscious and responsible in the life. I would love to read her upcoming book. I will pray for the success of her book.
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This is a fantastic and wonderful blog on Award time again with information. I'm sure you'll share more articles with us in the future. She has matured enough to consider her future vocation. It will also assist her in being more aware and responsible in her life. I would love to read her upcoming book. I will pray for the success of her book.
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I'm Dani Livney, a member of Kibbutz Gezer, and the manager of the Gezer olives. I love it! I also work as a lawyer, focusing on environmental projects and promoting environmental empowerment and education.
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