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Nice to meet you, I'm Dana. An eternal student in this wacky university called planet earth. Born and raised in Israel, land of milk and honey and excessive global media attention. A land which pushes me aggressively out of my comfort zone. Would probably prefer to spend most of my time in India, a land which motherly cradles me out of my comfort zone. That's okay though. Most of my travels in recent years were directed by my passion for meditation and the spiritual search of truth and self... Oh, and love took me far away from home as well :) Meeting new cool open minded people from different cultures is always a yummy treat, and brings out my bubbly side!
Pourquoi je suis sur Couchsurfing
Hey, let me just repeat my last sentence: "Meeting new cool open minded people from different cultures is always a yummy treat, and brings out my bubbly side!"
Mmmm, everything and nothing. But mostly growing growing growing, letting go of whatever's false and unnecessary in myself, aligning with my soul- is my main interest and cause in life. and also social change, sustainable living, and all the rest of that really important other stuff, right? Wait, let me think again. I know, walking in nature and letting my consciousness expand. and also dancing my brains out and dis identifying from my body in the process. Yap.
Morceaux de musique, films et livres
Any kind of music that's funky and happy and makes me want to dance. Trying to let go of any snobbish attitude towards any kind of music and learning to accept that whatever music I'll listen to enough times I'll eventually go crazy for. Personal preferences are overrated.
Une aventure extraordinaire que j'ai vécue
being born, I think that's pretty intense.
Enseignez, apprenez, partagez
Sharing is caring :) Learning and teaching just happens as we go, no?
Ce que j'aimerais partager avec mes hôtes
My cooking skills, I guess. and whatever kind of treat I can bring from Israel, first thing to pop in mind is tahini. It's addictive.