When I was fourteen my dad took me to meet his family in Israel. I saw a girl playing on the grass somewhere and told my dad I wanted to learn Hebrew and volunteer to serve in the army. Four years later I was in uniform speaking Hebrew. The first time I saw a hanglider in the air I knew without a doubt that I'd be up there one day - I spent all my free time and money during intern year of medicine getting my hanglider license. I believe there are flickers of insight that fundamentally shape lives if you let them.