There are some interesting rules we are given in life. No dessert unless all your veggies are eaten. No tv until all your homework is done. Well this year I face a new rule, one that I am struggling to understand…
Are there rules in your life that you think aren’t fair?
Last year I was selected to be a part of a scholarship program Yad Vashem, which is the International School for Holocaust Studies in Jerusalem, Isreal. What an incredible opportunity! An authentic experience to learn from the crème de la crème of experts in Holocaust studies and take it back to my students.
Of course, before I left I wanted to know as much as possible about this country, so I did some research. I was shocked to find that having a stamp in my passport from Israel, actually holds great meaning. It means that I cannot visit a number of countries if I use that passport on future travels. Some of these countries include
You can Read more: http://www.world-nomad.com/israel-passport-stamp/#axzz28nm7PTEM (Accessed 9/10/2012)
Do you think that this is fair? More importantly, why do you think this rule would exist?