Saturday, September 25, 2004

Like many secular Israelis we spent an important part of Yom Kippur on the street, running after our children who were driving their bikes and tricycles. In Israel there is only one day a year that children can drive their bikes on the streets, and shops were bicycles are sold make about 25% of their yearly profits in the month before the Day of Atonement. We had excellent weather today, the expected heat wave will only start tomorrow, which made life easier for those who fasted. I did not write anything today ( except for these few lines ), so here is something that I prepared some weeks ago:
Try the Belief-O-Matic test, and see if your beliefs fit your religion. In my case I got 100 % Reform Judaism, 84 % Sikhism, 83 % Liberal Quakers, 80 % Orthodox Judaism, 74 % Islam, etc. etc., plus 21 % Jehovah's Witnesses.

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