Be the light and take care of you

This week was all about self care. I will do my best not to allow myself to get physically sick, or any other kind of sick. I am done, as much I tell everyone to put themselves first, I am listening to my own advice. Besides this new awareness after I hurt my back, and I am never going back, this is where I like to spend my hard earned money. Some people love shopping, drinks, food, or electronics, but I love me and being serviced.

I have a big event on Saturday night, so this week I treated myself to a facial, something new I am trying, luckily have my mothers skin and never had to do anything before. My body was begging for a massage, if you are in the Pico area or in Los Angeles, let me let you give yourself the gift of a massage from Mollie. Today I got a mani/pedi from Nails of Color, Mindy and her husband John just opened their own salon, it looks gorgeous, and they are skilled in their craft.

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I will leave you with some Jewish words of inspiration of being the light,

Take care of you,

Who else will do it for you?

Shabbat Shalom,

Coach Yulia


Dorothy Tiano Melvin
In the face of such tragedy, I need to post something that brings light.
One of the main misconceptions people have about Judaism is that they feel they are doing G-d a favor by doing mitzvot. However, there really isn’t anything we can do for the Divine. This week the Torah teaches us that what would seem like the most altruistic gift of all time — the giving of our assets to build G-d’s home — is not really giving at all. It is an opportunity to open ourselves up to a relationship with the Divine. “Build for Me a temple and I will dwell amongst you.” Every time we do a mitzva, we create an eternal connection between ourselves and the Divine. Doing something for G-d is really doing something for ourselves. The attitude we need to nurture is that everything in life is one big opportunity to connect with the Divine. G-d is the ultimate giver in the world, and we can choose to be His conduit or partner — a connection between this world and the Divine. That’s one of the reasons why the Torah is called a “tree of life:” it teaches us how to plant seeds that can blossom for eternity. Shabbat Shalom! Rabbi Jawary

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