We have customers of all ages, nationalities/ethnic groups and religions. And the same goes for employees. As I've written before, it's a very strange, unexpected and possibly unusual Israeli phenomena.
Now why did I start in that mood?
I'm almost ready to start again...
Now from a slightly different angle...
Although my work-life connects me to very atypical variety of people, Jews, Arabs, Christian volunteers from Israel and all over the world, I guess that my blogging is pretty "sectarian." My family and community life is very Torah Jewish Zionist. I like to pride myself for writing simple articles, but a friend from work, told me that she had an awful time trying to figure out what I had written about. She even tried some translation help and got no where. Suddenly I knew what article she had been trying to understand.
"It was about jblogs and jbloggers, right. Those words aren't in any dictionary. I doubt if blog carnival or Havel Havelim are either. That was in my previous blog post. No wonder my blog isn't all that popular. I write posts that few people can understand and relate to.
I also write about Jewish issues, holiday, etc. That's who and what I am.
Sorry if I bore you. But then again, if you find this boring, you wouldn't be here.