As a simple, albeit freakishly athletic Jewish kid from a small community in The Great Rocky Mountains, who grew up in the 90s listening to Backstreet Boys and West Coast Rap, to someone who transitioned religiously to become a rabbi, I have a unique perspective on life that I can’t wait to share.
I will be talking first and foremost about the things that matter: Judaism. The Denver Broncos. Inspiration. Current events. Spirituality. Personal Finance. Personal growth. How to make lasting changes in our lives. Meaning. Purpose. Creating good habits and routines. And so much more!
As a kid who loved writing, I always secretly longed for a diary.
Then, early in my 20s, I started my first blog, named him Henry, and used it exactly like a diary.
Over the next five years, and having only 10 blog views overs five years (I am kind of kidding) I came to the conclusion most people prefer watching videos to taking the time to read blogs, so I was in the wrong space. Only a few days ago, in week 7 of Quarantine during this historic Covid-19 pandemic, I realized that while many prefer watching videos, I prefer good old fashion writing! Even if no one reads this but me, I still get to experience the joy of writing, and it is all worth it just for that.
But if even one person reads this, and feels inspired, or was able to laugh, the entire endeavor will be a monumental success in my eyes.
Join me on this complicated journey through life, and let us inspire each other.