Kabala. This word has two meanings in Hebrew. It means both acceptance and the mysterious, hidden wisdom of judaism.
My friend once said that acceptance is beautiful, and indeed it is. For example, which one of us would like to be mocked, pushed aside or bullied for being who they are? In Israel, you can be who you are without being afraid of anything! You can believe in whatever you want, and that is where the other meaning of this wonderful word comes into play. Kabala, the hidden wisdom, can be taught to every person willing to learn, and no one will question the motives that led the person to study it.
Acceptance and beauty and kabala can be seen in every corner in Israel, when orthodox Jews walk alongside Russian Jews, and when I can always express my opinions in any subject at school, and I know people will accept me no matter what my beliefs are.
I hope you’ll remember the meanings of the word kabala and that you’ll all accept others just as they are, no matter their religion, gender or ethnic origin.