Situated in the old city of Jerusalem on the foothills of temple Mount, the Wailing Wall is the most sacred to the Jews. Initially, the Jews are supposed to have wept for forgiveness from Christ who suffered for them. It was built by King Harrod and perhaps because it is under Muslim control, there are separate enclosures for prayers for men and women. Devotees throng in large numbers as it is strongly believed that by praying there one can get all his wishes fulfilled. Those who are not able to come send written petitions through their friends and relatives. The entire scene is very touching and moving. Though I am a non-christian and had joined the holly trip only out of curiosity, I was deeply affected and found myself praying with deep involvement and devotion. I even wished for a few things. It brought stronger conviction in the fact that basically, all religions are the same.
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