Reporting from Israel on my last day here... anyway, on Friday Shira took me to this seminar lesson in the Heritage House in Jerusalem. Any way the Rabbi that was speaking was talking about the 42 stops that the Jews made in the desert before they reached Eretz Cana'an in this past weeks Torah Portion. Anyway the stops are supposed to be the steps for it takes for a Jewish person to become Spiritually alive in this world, so that they can see things on the largest scale. I found this funny considering the fact that in the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy, the answer is 42. The intellegent beings that made the earth to find the question though made up one until the program of earth was finished, and they came up with, "How many roads must a man walk down?" So how far off was Douglas Adams writing his book?