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The Original WWP

(March 20, 2004)

Milko K. Amorth †

Market Place in Esslingen

Andy Alpern

Kever Ha Ari, Tzfat

Tzfat, Israel

10 PM (GMT +2)

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© 2004 Andrew Alpern, All Rights Reserved.

Panorama at the grave of Rabbi Issac Luria (the Ari HaKadosh), Kabbalist; 1534-1572. The Ari founded a new school of Mysticism which exerted a profound influence on the Jewish world and formed the basis for much Hasidic thought. He wrote, "It is good to sing;' I set out to undertake the commandment of Loving your Neighbor as Yourself''".
Nikon D100, Sigma 8mm Fisheye, Kaidan QP3, PTMac, Photoshop, Cubic Converter.

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