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Next Year in Jerusalem!: Romance, Mystery and Spiritual Awakenings (Part 1)You May Be Wondering Why I Chose The Title Next Year In Jerusalem For My New Novel Why Not Forbidden Romance Or Romantic Travel Or Spiritual Awakenings Or Lust, Memories And Old Friends On Facebook After All Natalie And Maggie Are Two Women, Both Caught Up In Issues That Many Of Us Face A Somewhat Dull But Faithful Husband A Bad Marriage Leading Finally To A Divorce A Desire For Adventure Unsatisfied Spiritual Longings They Have A Great Friendship With Each Other, Something Research Keeps Confirming, Keeps Us Young And Emotionally Happy, But Life Is Far From Easy For Either Women.So Again, Why Would I Focus On A Strange Title That Comes Out Of A Book Written Thousands Of Years Ago Here Is One Of The Reasons Next Year In Jerusalem Is Actually A Phrase That Shows Up At The End Of The Haggadah Those Of You Who Are Not Jewish May Wonder What That Is The Haggadah Is A Book That The Jews Have Used For Thousands Of Years To Celebrate And Relive The Passover Experience Many People Know That The Central Theme Of The Story Is How The Jews, Who Were Slaves In Egypt, Were Finally Able To Escape And Began Their Long Journey Of 40 Years To Get To The Promised Land, Which Was Israel However, What A Lot Of People Don T Realize Is That This Theme Is Universal And Can Be Taken Metaphorically For All Of Us That Is Why When The Haggadah Ends With The Fourth Glass Of Wine Being Drunk, And The Words, Next Year In Jerusalem The Phrase Becomes So Significant.

10 thoughts on “Next Year in Jerusalem!: Romance, Mystery and Spiritual Awakenings (Part 1)


  1. says:

    I wrestled for a while about what rating to give this book, and I wish that I could give half stars because I would definitely give this book three and a half stars even though it only shows up as three With that in mind, let s get to the review.This is an easy to read book that celebrates the culture and traditions of the Jewish people in a beautiful way There is no real profanity in the book always a plus No sex scenes either And the story does move along at a nice pace It s good to bear in mind that this is part 1 only, so the book does not end on a resolved note.The biggest problem for me with the book was that I did not really connect with the characters I often felt that I was running a little bit behind the characters, and I did not feel that I could ever get to know these characters I didn t even care much about the characters most of the time Toward...


  2. says:

    What I loved about this book is that I related to it so well I could see myself with my two best friends doing exactly what these women were doing, traveling and being in Jerusalem Also, the romance, mystery and the spiritual, were a combination I thoroughly enjoyed I jus...

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