The former Galilee region was a small village with nowhere to be. It was the place where Jesus lived when he was a child and his hometown. In the fourth century AD, Jesus moved to Capernaum and began to preach here.
Today's Capernaum has become a ruin, but it is not difficult to see its glory. There is still a lingering atmosphere left by Jesus. From 1968 to 1986, two French archaeology buildings were built here to discover the remains of a synagogue. The magnificent stone craftsmanship includes the chandelier's imaginary motifs, the golden light pattern, and the Corinthian style. Architecture, which has been proven to be the first century architecture, they believe this is where Jesus taught people.
The Sea of Galilee is the world's lowest freshwater lake and the second lowest lake after the Dead Sea. The Arabs called it "Taibarai Lake" because the west side of the lake is the famous tourist city of Tiberias; the Jews called it "Kennere Lake", meaning harp, because the lake resembles a harp; In the Bible, it is called "The Sea of Chennai."
After watching the scenery of the Sea of Galilee, we went on and came to the kibbutz. Kibbutz, in Hebrew, means community settlement. In 1909, a large number of Jews from Russia moved to Israel.
They were influenced by socialist ideals, and the first independent farm was established in the Galilee Lake region of northern Palestine at that time, and communist production and distribution in the Judas desert. As night falls, the festive atmosphere is getting stronger.
The famous Jordan River is home to many historical and religious sites on both sides of the strait; Jesus was baptized here and embarked on the thorny road of missionary sermons, so Canaan was called "the land of God's promise."
Believers choose to accept baptism in order to let their old "I" die.
The new "I" is born again, reborn, and let your body and mind be more clean. Here, you can see the piety and sincerity of the believer's worship, the awe of the gods, although we are influenced by the national conditions, there is no religious belief from small to large.
The Israeli Five Pies and Two Fish Hall, also known as the Church of the Miracle of the Pie, is it strange to hear the name? In fact, the five loaves and two fishes are a story related to Jesus. It is said that Jesus used to feed 5,000 people with five cakes and two fish when he preached here. The church was first built in the 4th century AD. Although it was later destroyed, the original mosaic tiles remain in the center of the hall. The stone below the central altar is said to be the place where the five cakes and two fish miracles occurred.
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Israel, Ain Gadi
mentioned the people's commune in the country, everyone can think of a section of the rich and the poor, eating a big pot of rice. "The years." After the rise of socialist thoughts, many countries have tried their best to achieve social cohesion from the system. I did not expect to actually hit in Israel. On the
90 road, "Ain Gedi" is a "Kituz" with Israel's leading botanical garden and a spa hotel overlooking the Dead Sea beach - what we call the People's Commune.
can be said to be a good representative of the Israeli version of the People's Commune - their operating philosophy is not the egalitarianism of "all rich and poor, anti-extreme", but from the extremely materialistic materialism to the return to the real life Institutional practice.
Israels Kituz is extremely strict with the requirements of members of the membership. Applicants must go through the half-year internship period and the two-year assessment period, and continue to obtain the consent of 2/3 members of the commune to be able to integrate into this Datong society. "The big family." Such a rigorous review has screened out those lazy people who want to grind their jobs and do not work, and pick out a group of excellent high-skilled businessmen with high IQ. Its really good to think about it.
Israel is a fascinating mysterious place, and I look forward to seeing you one day. You can also come here personally when you see this pat.
There are also many utopian collective farms around the Sea of Galilee, where cooperatives are implemented. They are a collective society with no private property and practice do-it-yourself, equality and cooperation in all areas of production, consumption and education, namely Israel. The kibbutz.
Catch up with the local Pentecost, a festival to celebrate the harvest of wheat. A cooperative family is concentrated in making garlands and playing games, which is very lively.
Kibbutz is a transliteration of Hebrew aggregation, unity and collective settlement. It refers to an agricultural commune or collective farm based on the public ownership of production materials. It is not only an agricultural economy. The entity is also a mass social self-governing organization. Israel The Jewish Encyclopedia defines Kibbutz as a collective community of volunteers, mainly farming, where there is no private property, and it is responsible for all the needs of its members and their families.
Living in the kibbutz, people will receive clothes every day, wash them, and burn them well. The Kibbutz people are eating buffets in the cafeteria. In addition to the full-time staff, the cafeteria has to rely on everyone to take turns. In short, swimming pools, canteens, museums, laundry rooms, gymnasiums, etc., all welfare facilities are provided free of charge to the kibbutz people. As for management, it is managed collectively by the members' assembly. Each question refers to everyone's discussion at the meeting, and finally votes to decide.
When we arrived, we met just seven or seven, so the Kibbutz community is hosting a grand PARTY. This atmosphere and atmosphere is really something I have never seen before, and I am very envious. The cost of holding PARTY is paid by the Kibbutz community. All families of members of the Kibbutz community can participate in various activities free of charge, except for some special foods that need to be purchased separately. Other ice creams and other foods are free to everyone. Tourists provide, this is really the life I want.
Most of the northeastern part of Israel is a stretch of mountains. Although it is not very embarrassing, it is verdant. At the foot of the mountain, the blue water of the lake is filled with waves of light, which is the Sea of Galilee. In the Middle East, where water resources are extremely scarce, having such a large freshwater lake means that it is natural that it is self-evident. Here, the morning and the evening are different, the lakes and mountains are different, and it is a beautiful thing to enjoy the pleasant scenery by cycling, walking, camping, and outings by the lake.
The former Galilee region was a small village with nowhere to be. It was the place where Jesus lived when he was a child and his hometown. In the fourth century AD, Jesus moved to Capernaum and began to preach here. There have been countless miracles here. Today, although Capernaum has become a ruin, from the gorgeous murals in the local church, the beautiful decoration, it is not difficult to see its former glory.
Kibbutz is a collective community of Israel that used to be mainly engaged in agricultural production and is now also engaged in industrial and high-tech industries.
Kibbutz's goal is to build a utopian community by mixing communist and Zionist ideas. People in the community have no private property, no wages at work, and education, food, shelter, education, and medical care are free. Outsiders can voluntarily join Kibbutz, and members can voluntarily withdraw. When they quit, they can receive an exit fee to report their contribution to the community. After I learned, I discovered that there was such a community in the world where communism was practiced. The great Marx was also a Jew, and instantly felt that it was the birthplace of communist thought. The community of
Kibbutz is not large, but the real family live in the same house, the size of the apartment is exactly the same, the use of public facilities, has a very beautiful community landscape environment. Even the plants that are unique to the world have been planted in the yard. For example, there is a small bread tree, which is the most common plant in the African continent.
From Jerusalem to the Dead Sea, all the way from the city to the desert. Even some places are not born, the tour guides sell a pass, saying that we will witness the miracle. Because we are going to a kibbutz soon.
Kibbutz is a transliteration of Hebrew, translated into Chinese is the collective meaning, and its social form is very similar to the people's commune that proposed communism in the early days of China. Because of similar experiences, many Chinese people, especially those who are older than their parents, are curious about Kibbutz, which still exists in such an advanced pocket country as Israel.
There are big and small kibbutz, the big ones are more than 2,000 people, and the small ones are also 200 people, usually between 400-600 people. The number of two or three hundred, the earliest estates mainly engaged in the cultivation of agricultural products, occupy an important position in the agricultural cultivation of Israel, such as fruit cultivation, extraction of olive oil, wine making. Israel is a desert country. It is this kibbutz that turns the desert into an oasis. Israel's drip irrigation technology, which is at the forefront of the world, waters different plants and has been accurate to the number of drops per hour to ensure that every drop of water is not wasted.