Israel’s Negev desert is an awesome place, in the literal sense of the word. It inspires awe in its serenity, while imposing its heat and barrenness on the human body. At the same time, it always seems to provide a setting for deep and meaningful reflection. Group 10 took advantage of this during their four days camping out. Here are some of the thoughts shared by four of the group’s participants.
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