A Journey of Spiritual Discovery to The Sea of Galilee

The Sea of Galilee, also called the Kinneret in Hebrew, has a special place in Jewish and Christian

history. In Jewish tradition, it is mention in the Torah. Christian tradition also values it. Today,

the Sea of Galilee is known as Israel’s largest source of fresh water. Many Israeli and tourists

visit the location. It has beaches and boats. The Sea of Galilee is about thirteen miles long and

eight miles wide. In Hebrew, “Kinneret” means “harp”, referring to the shape of the lake. The Kinneret

is mentioned in the Torah. Many Rabbis lived near the Kinneret. There is a swimming race held every

year at the Kinneret. So make sure to visit the Sea of Galilee!

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Organizational psychologist/management consultant turned Movie Producer (“Home Game” on Gush Katif), Avi is now CEO of 12Tribe Films, a business specializing in video and social media marketing for Israel. You can also follow my mobile updates on Telegram: https://t.me/aviabelowupdates

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