One of the crazy things about living in a small country like Israel is how many famous people you encounter. Tel Aviv is like the L.A. and New York City of Israel. I realized this even before I moved to Israel. I was at Newark Airport, waiting for my mother-in-law to land. She was coming to visit us in America. I started talking to a guy next to me who was wearing a jean jacket. He was an Israeli musician playing different clubs in Manhattan. We talked for about an hour—I shared my testimony, he told me of his vision for peace, etc. His name was David Broza. I didn’t think much of it, but when I told Elana she told me that he is one of the most famous musicians in Israel!
He also had the honor of being in my first dream in Hebrew. He was in a restaurant, and I approached him, reminding him that we met. But I was excited to tell him that I now live in Israel and speak Hebrew!