You’ve heard of TED Talks, but you haven’t heard of HLD Talks. In this year’s Holy Land Dialogues (HLD), after popular request, participants were able to hear about the Holy Land from those who know it best: entrepreneurs, journalists, activists, and scholars who live here.
There’s a famous art display in the Israel Museum (Jerusalem) called “Gathering of Strangers”. It’s an arrangement of colored light bulbs that spells the words “Gathering of Strangers.” Many museum visitors read the phrase and think, “That’s just how I would describe my time in
Jerusalem – As part of Saxum Foundation’s annual pilgrimage, “Holy Land Dialogues”, pilgrims spend time each week thinking about a topic related to dialogue in the Holy Land and wherever they live. This year’s topic was forgiveness, and February 26 found the participants at the
Holy Land Dialogues (HLD) always draws pilgrims from all over the world, and this year is no different. In Holy Land Dialogues 2020 (February 23 – March 1), there will be participants from the following countries: El Salvador, Costa Rica, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Portugal,
At the last Holy Land Dialogues, participants expressed the desire to hear testimonies from people who live in the Holy Land during the trip, and we listened. This HLD (February 23-March 1, 2020), each evening, participants will be able to hear from and talk with
This is a series of articles about forgiveness in preparation for Holy Land Dialogues 2020, whose theme is “Understanding Cultures, Understanding People: Forgiveness”. There are many different ways to ask for forgiveness. And there are many different ways to forgive. There are formal apologies from