My mind drifts.
My head aches.
The days I’ve spent writing and drawing are gone.
I’ve been in and out of hospital for a few weeks.
My family and I are just as desperate to get back to normal as I am.
I’m just one of many Israelis struggling to manage the daily stresses of life in the midst of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, as well as the increasing number of Israelis who have been injured or killed in the conflict.
In the midst, the Israeli government has taken some measures to improve health care and reduce the strain on people.
One of the most prominent measures taken by the government was the appointment of an expert panel that would oversee the care of the wounded, including those who are critically injured or are suffering from mental health problems.
The panel was tasked with recommending a set of guidelines for hospitals and health facilities, which have not been finalized yet.
The government has also launched a pilot program that allows Israeli citizens to register for care through the national health care system.
These initiatives have not yet been fully implemented, but it is clear that the country is taking steps to address the crisis.
Israel has always faced challenges dealing with the Palestinian conflict, which has been the longest-running war in the Middle East, since the 1967 Six-Day War.
But for the first time in decades, Israel has become a member of the U.N. Security Council, and is the only country that has not been officially recognized as a state.
Israel’s status has also been challenged in the United States.
In a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year, the court ruled that the U