About me: Jen Meyer

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October 18, 2007 14:17
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TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Residence: Zurich, Switzerland Married? With children? Two Nos Occupation: Legal secretary Education: Apprenticeship Pets: No Religious affiliation / observance: Christian Last person / party I voted for: It's a different political system here Next person / party I will vote for: We don't just vote for one person! My history (100 words max): I was born and raised here in Zurich from a non-religious family. Since the age of 13, I have a strong passion for Judaism and Israel. Everything related to Judaism or Israel grabs my attention Family history (100 words max): Not much of a history in my family. Both parents are Swiss, but we do have some other blood in us, as we live in Europe and everybody is a mix of something My connection with Israel: I have a deep love for Israel and its people and my dream is it to live one day in Israel, as I feel it's my home, since my first step on the land... What I would take with me to a deserted island: It's hard to say as we live in a material world. A good book, which I can read again and again and my three best friends If I could have dinner with any person in the world it would be: There is no specific person, or maybe my father's mother; sadly I never had the chance to meet her What angers you: That some people cannot understand my strong love for Judaism and Israel What makes you happy: Hot weather Last book I read was: Lizzi Doron, "Ruhige Zeiten" Comfort food: Anything with or related to pasta My life five years from now: Surprise surprise. I believe everything is destiny Happiness: 1-10 (10 being the happiest) 8 Click here to leave a message for Jen Meyer TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Meet all 'About Me' participants

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