"Wisdom" is going through the streets offering people to come and eat, to taste and see of God's goodness. May Yemeni people come to trust the Lord more deeply and love one another more purely. May none go hungry.
The Flower men in Tihama, Saudi Arabia, Yemen. Habala (Arabic:حلبة) is a small mountain village in the 'Asir province of Saudi Arabia. It was originally inhabited by a tribal community known as the "flower men" because of their custom of wearing garlands of dried herbs and flowers in their hair. In the past, the village was only accessible by rope ladder -- the name Habala comes from the Arabic word for rope.