Y — Joey, greetings. Great to see you. How are you…and how was Orlando?
J — Totally great time…the trip was very rewarding — breaking obstacles and learning how to control my body and how to overcome anything that comes my way.
Y — How?
J — Yes, it is a champions mindset and all the exercises that we did at the clinic.
Y — Could you please show me and comment about your latest latest paintings?
J — (about 1 of them; the ‘brighter’ one, he said) — Totally put my creative thoughts on the canvas and let my paint brush (he said the word) — go to work.
Y — Show me, please, the other one and please comment (the darker one).
J — My thoughts are not on the painting — when it rains – it pours.
Y — Before we do an actual poem about courage and bravery tomorrow — I wanted to ask you about it — courage and bravery — any initial thoughts about bravery?
J — Bravery is a feeling that only the strong can feel in pressured situations.
Y — What did you learn about bravery in Orlando ?
J — I learned that it is ok to get out of your comfort zone in order to succeed in life.
Y — According to your opinion — are brave people natural born – or do they earn their bravery by overcoming obstacles in life?
J — Yes…I think bravery comes with the trials and obstacles you go through.
Y — What type of courage and bravery do you, Joey, have – that you can inspire others with?
J — The courage that I have is one that comes with time and patience.
Blessings, Yitzchak and Joey