David owns a beautiful flower shop "Yarok-Yarok". I would like to quote what David told me: "In Jerusalem there are no strangers because everyone is stranger".

“I'm happy to hear that you came out happy from my shop.
We try to behave that way to each person that come to the shop and especially people that have so much interest in our beautiful Jerusalem… I was born and raised in Jerusalem, went to school here, and joined the army to a warrior's unit called "Golani" when I turned 18 years old.

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Three years after when I was discharged from “Golani” I went to India and Thailand to travel for six months. When I came back I moved to Tel Aviv for a year. I was working as a bar manager for a little Italian restaurant. Since moving back to Jerusalem I have studied in a few realms: gemology, stock market, real estate. I'm taking a course to become a personal life coach and meanwhile I'm runing a flower shop that I bought from my father. I had to move back to Jerusalem because you always come back home… That’s Israel.

I wish to be successful at what I do and help as many people as I can as a personal coach, and to make my shop more and more beautiful because my father deserves it!”

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