Purim (aka Jewish Halloween) is the most intriguing psychological experiment that takes place here every year.
Think about it, we all wear costumes and masks just to get free and bring our real selves to the world without filters and protections.
If we experience this liberation, joy and lightheartedness … Why isn’t every day Purim?!
I will leave the personal interpretation of filters and masks to each and every one of you, but it turns out that even with regard to fashion and design, most of us prefer our reality monotonous – yes / no, black / white.
Valentine’s Day is here again and with it so are the fashion magazines colored in red and pink, in an attempt to inspire us… Come on, what a cliché.
I do not know about you, but in my eyes, there are many colors that can describe love and relationships can take on different forms, so the traditional pattern is too narrow to contain them all.
So, since the percentage of men who read my blog recently rose, I decided to save my red hearts and this time write to the hearts of both sexes.
If we adopt the forecast from the magazines, then it seems the upcoming Autumn is looking quite floral. When you think about it, there's something a little odd about choosing floral or bloom during a season that is mainly affiliated with fallen leaves and bare trees. But perhaps the very opposite is the whole point – from the "nothing" will grow the "something".
Many times in my life growth and renewal sprouted during periods that were gray and gloomy. The lack meaning and truth was really eating at me and didn't stop, until it became that powerful engine that drives change.