I went to public school and my journey began then. I was kind of artsy and hippie-ish. Right after graduation I went to Israel and entered the yeshivah world and learned in a few yeshivos, including, Torah Ohr, Mercaz HaTorah, Lakewood East. I left yeshivah after 4 years and came back and went to art school and shed my yeshivishness and explored and searched for myself, the part of me that the yeshivah world burried in a suit and hat. I got married and moved to Israel and had 2 boys then returned to the US and got divorced. I'm not a big fan of the east coast and don't like a lot of the frum world there. Avodas Hashem is the focus of my life and I enjoy learning, especially things that others avoid. I'm an artistic, creative, out-of-the-box kinda guy; looking for same.