Monthly Archive: August, 2012

The Birth of An Idea, Part 2

Thanksgiving Weekend, 2009. Less than a quarter of the way into my Senior year of high school, yet the desperation and longing to be as far away from that school building made me… Continue reading

Partings

Goodbyes have always been difficult for me. I am not one for change. I usually avoid dealing with new things, I shy away from the fear of trying something new and hide under… Continue reading

The Birth of An Idea, Part 1

The drive from Tzfat to Tel Aviv on Geveesh Shesh (Road Six) can take anywhere from 2 to 3 hours, depending on the amount of stops made along the way, the traffic flow,… Continue reading

Back In the Saddle Again

    In my world, timing is everything. I have always been an extremely organized, structured person. Every minute of my day is accounted for, from the minute I wake up, until my… Continue reading

Other People’s Dreams

Living in other people’s dreamsFloating around in everybody else’s ideasLoving the whole world, except for your small corner of it.Forgetting for a moment that anything really mattersand enjoying everyone else’s dreams.There is no… Continue reading

Scraps of Life

In the midst of the shadows, a light has arisen.A light that will show me the way to my destination.A scrap of life.A piece that was left over from the daylight.It brings on… Continue reading