Yesterday the sun was red as it was setting, and I remember it happened last year due to fires. Also at the very end, the clouds formed a heart. The sky keeps talking to me, I saw this yesterday written by an airplane:   Tonight, Rosh Chodesh Elul, we start celebrating our 11 year anniversary.… Read More 11!

My father taught me to keep asking questions

  Nobody is perfect. Everything is personal. Anybody can have their own individual opinion. Somebody may teach you something new, learning lasts a lifetime. Below is an amazing article about thinking, and how in social media everybody has only answers. We are not challenged to ask questions, and  have dialogue and our own input. http://jewishjournal.com/opinion/david_suissa/236182/thinking-about-thinking/… Read More My father taught me to keep asking questions


1. Existing in a person or animal from birth; congenital; inborn 2. Being an essential part of the character of a person or thing 3. Instinctive; not learned: innate capacities. 4. Not established by conditioning or learning; “an unconditioned reflex 5. Being talented through inherited qualities; “a natural leader”; “a born musician” 6. Existing naturally or by heredity rather than being learned through experience: 7. Of or produced by the mind rather than learned through experience: an innate     knowledge of right and wrong. I was listening to the most fascinating podcast of a woman of Arab decent born in Pittsburgh and raised in the 1960’s. She was drawn to the music of her ancestors and has carved out a fascinating life for herself working as a dancer… Read More Innate