Some thoughts

As of now its in the middle of a identity crisis, I am not sure which way its headed.

Friday, April 28, 2006


After almost four weeks of traveling, etc. I am finally home.

From the 66th Parallel North, to close to Reactor four, I landed last night at a good friends Lichayim.

Had a wonderful Pesach, trying to keep the flame burning, and just a very exciting and amazing trip.

The main thing that I really learnt again on this trip was that 'ein dovar haomed lifney haratson', if there is a will there is a way. Weather its getting to the top of a glacier, getting by Army checkpoints into a closed Military Zone, or getting to a snow covered Volcano, with all the roads officially closed, never turn back or give up.

After being out of touch for 4 weeks, I came home to find out the world is still around, the city still has lots of pot holes, and that a great friend got engaged, with his lichayim two hours after I landed.

Its nice to be home. My own bed, a full refrigerator, family and friends, but something is telling me to start planing my next trip.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

66th Digree

Would just like to wish a Happy and Kosher Pesach to all of you.

I have been here on the 66th for a few days and will be heading deeper into europe tomorrow.

This year in Yerusaliam.