By Arie Kamin-Gershon The Jerusalem TimesThe world has a problem with violence, but its solution is a yoga instructor.
That’s the message being sent to the country’s children by a school teacher from the city of Jerusalem.
A video of a yoga class that took place last week at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has gone viral on social media, attracting more than 300,000 views on Facebook and 1.3 million on YouTube.
The video, which has been viewed more than 5 million times on Facebook, was shot by a teacher in the student union of the university.
In it, the teacher, who is identified as Yosef Shalom, shows students how to use the yoga poses that are taught in the class, and also teaches them how to apply the same yoga techniques to daily life.
The video has garnered thousands of views and comments, many of which are critical of the instructor.
The teacher is also accused of being violent and even threatens to kill the students, but his defenders claim that the instructor did nothing wrong.
In the video, the instructor explains the principles of yoga, including the importance of practicing the poses every day.
He then shows students an example of a pose that he used in the classroom and how it was practiced, but there are no instructions on how to perform the poses in the real world.
The instructor then teaches the students how they can apply these same yoga poses to daily tasks, like working out and eating.
He also teaches how to find ways to prevent violence against people who are exercising their right to freedom of speech, and to show them that exercising their rights to freedom is an important part of the process of building a free society.
He also teaches students how a lesson can be broken down into five steps:Step 1: The first step is to understand the importance that every one of us has, the importance to be careful of everything, the responsibility to learn from your mistakes, to learn to be humble, to keep in mind the values that make this world great.
Step 2: Then we have to be very clear that what we are doing is not for ourselves, but for the world.
And that this world is bigger than our own life.
Step 3: Finally, we have the next step: We have to work for a better world.
In other words, we need to start talking about the problems we have, and start building a better society.
Step 4: And finally, we can start to create a better and more democratic world.