About Me: David Kaplan

April 10, 2007 11:43
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About Me: David Kaplan

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Try one yourself >>> Age: 44 Residence: Jerusalem Married? With children? Single Occupation: Physician Education: Postgraduate Pets: Fish Religious affiliation / observance: Jewish/Baal Tshuva in progress Last person / party I voted for: Can't remember My history (100 words max): I am originally from New York and made aliyah one year ago. I live in Jerusalem and am studying Hebrew at ulpan. I would love to meet my soulmate and start a family. I really love Jerusalem, but also the beaches of Israel Family history (100 words max): Most of my family is in the New York area. Generally they are Reform Jews in practice. I was very excited when my dad came to visit me a few months ago - it was his first time to Israel and we had a great time together My connection with Israel: After making several trips for vacation, I made aliyah and just really am enjoying it here Defining moment: Yet to happen Daily routine: Get up, pray, go to ulpan. visit some friends On Friday night, I... pray at local shul or the Kotel Comfort food: Soda Last book I read was: Biography of Isaac Luria My mentor: Hashem and all the great people he put in my life 3 wishes: 1. To get married 2. For there to be world peace without conflict 3. To not need the third Happiness: 1-10 (10 being the happiest) 9 Try one yourself >>> Meet IDF combat soldier Nicole and all 'About Me' participants

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