My little Libby in the wadi, a flower among flowers.
For several generations now, Israeli children have been educated to let the wildflowers grow and never to pick them.
But the photo did remind me of something our President Shimon Peres said in his Shabbat greetings on Facebook today.
Peres just returned from a very friendly official visit to China.
There, he writes, he learned two wise sayings.
First: The hand which offers a flower will be graced with pleasing fragrance.
The second: Be quick to open your eyes but slow to open your mouth.
P.S. Click once, then once again, on the second photo. What strange multi-colored flowers, no?!