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It used to be translated as “vanity of vanities,” a beautifully resonant phrase, but one that misrepresents somewhat the Hebrew word hebel, which does not mean “vanity” in our sense, but rather anything fleeting and insubstantial, hence also, sometimes, ungraspable.
It's a short thread about aerated autoclaved concrete (also sometimes referred to as hebel blocks).
Morning tea we had in the little town of hebel just across the border after the obligatory photo at the border.
"If we were to go for some ugly hebel brick house with a little roof on it we could building everything, but we've deliberately not done that.