One of my friends believe there is a correlation between the place where a religion was born and its spiritual message. Thus there is something common between Judean desert and the rigid and stiff-necked spirit of judaism. Likewise, the round hills of Galilee seem to be the natural soil for Christianity with its central idea of love. I should add that steep canyons and waterfalls under gigantesque platan trees, which we will see in our Amud stream trek, will contribute to this theory.
Although Amud stream has more to do with Judaism (in particular with the holy city of Safed) than with Christianity. But we could easily imagine that if not Jesus himself then one of his disciples might have walked along the same path. And the landscape has kept its breath-taking beauty.
This Saturday we are going to hike in the Upper Amud stream, one of the most colorful and calm places in the Israeli north.
We invite you to join us, and here are the few examples of what we will see: