It’s interesting how a single word has so many associations to every person, and that you can create a profound scene from your past, associating it to one word. Today, I will use the word: fireworks! Summertime, and I’m 5 years old, my family has lived in Israel for less than a year, and we […]

Memorable Beds

Memorable beds, how many are there? Recently, I received a prompt to write about the memorable beds of my life, and I got to thinking: beds don’t get a lot of attention in the physical and mental health worlds. There isn’t a lot of storytelling, and myths, things to make us think a little deeper […]

Rewriting assignment law 48

Robert Greene’s Law: “Assume Formlessness” “Instead of taking a form for your enemy to grasp, keep yourself adaptable and on the move… Everything changes”   In my own words: “Develop and sustain the ability and health of your senses”   We are born into this world and start to take in the information through our […]


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When a director wants an actor/actress to cry what does he tell them? Think of a painful or sad experience in their past. When you are angry and want to maintain that state of anger what do you do? You feed off from all the pent up energy you have stored…

Rewriting assignment law 47

Robert Greene’s law 47: “Do not go past the mark you aimed for; In victory, learn when to stop” “… by going too far you make more enemies than you defeat. … Set a goal, and when you reach it, stop”   In my own words Law 47: “When dealing with things delicate and sensitive, […]

Rewriting Assignment law number 46

Robert Greene’s Law # 46: “Never appear too perfect” “appearing better than others is always dangerous….Envy creates silent enemies.”   In my own words… Law 46: “Constant learning, making new mistakes” There’s a conundrum of a situation that I’ve been encountering over and over again in my adult life, and that is having relationships with […]

Rewriting Assignment Law 45

Robert Greene’s Law 45: “Preach the need for change, but never reform too much at once”   In my own words: “5 minutes a day”   AsĀ  this rewriting assignment is nearing its end, I’m happy to share the “5 minute” concept as part of it.   Dedicate 5 minutes each day to work on […]