Tuesday, July 06, 2010

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Kever Binyomin

by Reb Akiva at Mystical Paths

Travel just east of Kfar Saba, a bit past the Industrial Park, and you find an old building and courtyard off by the side of the road…

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Hidden by trees and an ancient crumbling wall barely supported with some concrete patching, it’s the kever (tomb) of our holy forefather Binyomin ben Yaakov!

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Surrounded by a shaded ancient courtyard, it’s a neatly maintained place of kedushah and contemplation.

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The interior is small, divided into a men’s and women’s section.  You could just barely squeeze a minyan inside, if you tried hard.

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Even so, it’s clearly frequently visited, as evidenced by the tehilim and sifrei kodesh on the kever…

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It’s a small domed room, though the dome is also showing it’s age (even if it’s nicely painted)…

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And with a few tefilot said at this holy place, we take our leave.

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2 comments:

neshama said...

Oh, that is so beautiful. I want to visit there. Does the train go to Kfar Saba? Is it possible to visit without a car?

Akiva said...

There is a train to Kfar Saba, it would be a taxi ride from there to the Kever - which is behind the old industrial park.

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