On top of the world at Tel Aviv’s Ben-Gurion Airport

A VERSE from the Book of Job that over the years has become the motto of air traffic controllers firmly ensconced between heaven and earth in the 2016 inaugurated control tower, 206 metres above ground at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport, appears on a large sign at the entrance.

It reads: “Look at the heavens, says God to Job, and see how much higher they are than you.”

That is to say, you should not forget how small man is compared to the skies, creation, God, the universe.

Thus, it is suitable for the new control tower.

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