daf yomi is the discipline of learning a page of Talmud a day. draw yomi is an on-line project to follow the daf yomi cycle and to respond each day with a drawing.
Sunday, 31 May 2015
the fertility of the land, even the burial sites - but there's no guarantee of entry. Just ask the man buried, lost on the mountain. ketubot ends discussing how fertile the land of Israel, even Hebron which is rocky and so used for burial. there is a story of a rabbi who was so keen to enter he didn't wait for the ferry to cross the water. He was anxious as he didn't want to assume he was better than Moshe and could enter Israel.