August 24, 2007 at 12:33 PMHaving recently returned from teaching at Keshet Eilon in Israel, I find myself reflecting on matters of:
Keshet is the Hebrew word for "Bow". It serves for the violin bow, the archer's bow and the bow of a bridge (as in between cultures, races, religions,etc.)
One of the missions of Keshet Eilon is to host violinists of all nationalities, races,etc. in Israel to the betterment of all. I have always felt welcomed there. They are good people.
I also had a student from Turkey and a Christian Arab this summer. In the past, I taught several Korean students there, and there was a prominent teacher from China, as well. The demographic expands...
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