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The home as inspiration
August 14, 2014 12:04
Kaila Shabat says her Ganei Tikva home was what inspired her to become an author.

Niches to the right of the dining furniture showcase a collection of ceramic and silver pomegranates.. (photo credit:URIEL MESSA)

Kaila Shabat is a poet and writer. She has published several books of poetry and is working on a journal of her life, parts of which will be published. She strongly feels that her home in Ganei Tikva was part of her inspiration and what started her on the path of being an author.

“What happened was that my husband and I were living in an apartment in Petah Tikva,” she explains. “Fifteen years ago, we bought a new, modern apartment on the 11th floor of a high-rise building.


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