In Hebrew, we have a term called “Avodat Kodesh,” which literally means ‘Holy Work,’ but actually refers to an unpleasant or tedious job done for a higher cause, one that very few are ready to take upon themselves. Occasionally, we at the TMSP are told that we are doing such a job. However, today we hosted some unusual guests at the sifting site who are, without a doubt, performing such a task, and since October 7th, they have been working day and night.
The group took a day off to visit our sifting facility and learn about our methodology and techniques for identifying tiny bones. It was an honor to host these special individuals.