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  • Ali Obertubbesing 2:53 pm on June 24, 2011 Permalink
    Tags: difficulties with peace-building, israel, leadership, Palestine,   

    Sunburns and sweat make better leaders 

    June 16

                Today was the PS preparation that I have been working on the past couple of days with Mohammed, the program director. We went for a hike in a nature reserve in the desert. When we arrived, the PSs and the past PSs were told that they were to follow a trail down to a stream and picnic area where Mohammed and I would be waiting with breakfast. Before they set off, one of the PSs was pulled aside and asked to act needy and spoiled, complaining and taking her time along the hike.  This was one of my ideas to see how the others would handle difficulties that challenge the ability of the whole group to work together. When they set off, we drove down into the valley to wait for them to arrive; the hike was only supposed to take 30 minutes.

                However, we sat and waited for the group for an hour. (More …)

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  • Ali Obertubbesing 9:06 am on June 18, 2011 Permalink
    Tags: ben gurion airport, first thoughts, , israel, passport control   

    And so, it begins. 

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