Relationship is one of the most challenging things that we pass through our life.

Living with someone different from us who sees life differently, is very confusing and require communications, first with ourselves and then with others.

To be with someone who grew up in a house different from ours, are not always so romantic.

It is difficult for us to put ourselves in the place of the partner.

If we see the world for a moment through the eyes of the other, things may become clear to us and to our partner.

The  partner and the relationship is often a mirror that reflects what we think about ourselves and what is happening within us.

So the trick is to listen and to see what we are asking of ourselves and then from our partner.

When we  act with such awareness ,the walking along the winding paths of the relationship, that includes so many layers of the human soul, is moor easy and clear to us.

The main one being; Love, which should be cherished in the moments it comes, because from love we came and toward love will go ♥

I’m here to guide you to a better relationship with yourself. 


Counting of the Omer

The counting of the Omer is between Passover when G-d took us out of Egypt with a mighty hand and Shavuot when we were given our Torah by Moses on Mount Sinai. During this time… thousands of Rabbi Akiva’s students suffered from a terrible plague and died. on the 33rd day the plague was lifted and that is why we celebrate LagB’Omer. the Rabbi’s go on to teach us that the 1st day of the Omer we are closer to an animal in nature and by the end of the Omer we are one level away which belongs to G-d from having a more refined nature like our Creator.  The reason for the plague was that the students disrespected each other. they had disagreements and arguments to achieve personal power and influence: that were not rooted in: having a disagreement for the sake of truth and the greater good. Causeless hatred is rampant amongst our society today. If we could shift our thinking and gage what is right and wrong, truth or lie, good or bad by how G-d would handle the situation, be our brother’s keeper, looking out for each other…rather than just ourselves,  we can have a hand in bringing the Garden of Eden back in all it’s Glory with G-d living amongst us and inheriting the Gates of our enemies.

A Few Tips For Being A Great Sedar Guest and Enjoying The Holiday

1. Please know that you are not a fifth wheel. If you have been invited as a guest to a Passover Sedar, let me remind you that the Haggadah states “Let all come and eat”. So, know that you are welcome and enjoy the holiday.

2. Feel free to ask questions. Don’t be shy. Ask about the dress code, the time, the other guests, etc. Passover is an occasion where questions are welcomed.

3. Offer to bring something. Offer to bring a side dish, a dessert, but ask your host/hostess first. Guests may have food allergies or perhasp an 18th dessert may not be warranted.

4. Host/ Hostess gifts: Who doesn’t like receiving presents? Some ideas include a pretty matzah cover, Passover truffles, a nice bottle of Passover wine, the options are many. One thing I advise against though are fresh cut flowers unless they are already pre- arranged in a container. Your host/hostess does not have time to play florist. They are busy!

5. Come with an open mind. No two sedars are alike as all families have different traditions and personalities.

6. Be prepared to be offered to be set up on dates by well-meaning guests: While Aunt Shirley may present as your host/hostesses crazy aunt, she may just have the perfect person for you. Give potential matchmaking a chance because you just never know.

Happy Passover friends. All the best to you and yours.


she tells me….

She tells me:

I’m scared. Afraid all the time that I’m not enough ….

Not good enough

Not happy enough

Not positive enough

Not professional enough

Not smart enough, rich, successful.

I feel that I am not good enough.

I am afraid that if I get to know myself in depth with all my weaknesses then I will be rejected.

And how do you feel about these things? I ask her: You accept those sides in you that are not enough, you accept yourself like you are ,or you are constantly criticizing yourself and bringing yourself down.

Imagine someone telling you that the way God created you ,is good enough.

That the way you are is happy enough, positive enough, professional enough, smart enough, rich enough.

That from these lower places we grow , that if we do not recognize them and accept them  as an essential and harmonious part of us, we will not be able to develop from them and make a progress.

Accept your self without judgment without criticism. just be with all your weaknesses, with all your fears, without wanting to be someone else .

Tell yourself that just the way you are is wonderful and what you really want is a deep knowledge of your inner self in all its variations and forms.

The accurate understanding of how you operate is the change you want.

You want you the way you are, you accept you as you are, you love you the way you are .



I’m here to guide you to a better relationship with yourself.