Posted by: Liza Rosenberg | November 19, 2006

I’m a good neighbour!

Because I’ve got far too much free time on my hands that I simply don’t know what to do with (note the witty sarcasm), I’ve decided to join the growing list of excellent contributors over at Good Neighbours, a site that is “dedicated to increasing dialogue and understanding between Israelis, Palestinians, Jordanians, Lebanese, Egyptians, Saudis, Iranians, Iraqis, Libyans, Sudanese, and Syrians on a cross-country level, as well as to increase understanding, respect and dialogue among the various strata of society within our individual countries.”

This site is Yael‘s brainchild, and quite frankly, my hat’s off to her (metaphorically speaking, of course, as I don’t actually own any hats). This woman does more in one day than I do in a whole month, and for the life of me, I can’t understand how she always seems to have the energy to take on even more. I’m honored that she asked me to join the Good Neighbours community, and look forward to following the channels of dialog that develop between the contributors and the readers. Just doing my bit for world peace…

My first contribution can be found here.

Yael, you rock!



  1. Good, very glad that you will be there flying our flag! It is a great idea, I really hope it gathers steam…

  2. Me too. We definitely need something like this.

  3. Well done you! Way to use your powers for good!

  4. Hmmm…

    Does she have children? that might explain her “so much doings…”

    Having children cuts down your throughput by half 😉 although it gives you more joy than doing tons of other things

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