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Episode 16: Conversation Transcript

Alex  

Hi everybody? How y'all been doing?


Dydine  

How’s your Sunday? How’s your Sunday going? 


Alex

How’s your New Years’ been going? I don’t think we’ve spoken, we hven’t been live since the New Year. This is the first show of New Year’s.


Dydine

How was 2022, how is 2023 treating you guys? How are you? we've been doing well, traveling, visiting family.. Everything’s been good with us so far.  


Alex

It’s been great.


Dydine

Love you, love you more. Hi, guys.. here we have a wonderful guest today. Guy is our friend, he is from Israel but he now lives in Los Angeles. He is one of our best friends here L.A and we can't wait to share him with you guys. He has a beautiful spirit and I hope this conversation makes your Sunday even more delightful.


Alex  

it will be, y’all will love him… let’s see if we can have him here.


Dydine  

This is a deep conversation. We always have deep conversations with Guy.


Alex

We do. We do.


Guy

Wow, what an introduction. Thank you!!


Dydine

I love you Guy.  


Guy

Love you more. Hi everybody? 


Dydine

So how are you? 


Guy

I'm good. I'm super excited this morning I woke up and I was like let’s put some music on, let’s blast those, I don’t know what to call them in hebrew, beats, and I was cooking like I was so happy that I was gonna speak with you, so I was super pumped.


Dydine

You can we are smiling too.


Alex  

Every time we have a conversation it feels like I learn something about myself that I didn't know about and I think I just learn how to interact with people in more of a loving way. So today we wanted to sort of delve into your upbringing about who you are as a person and to sort of how you connect with your community in life and in Los Angeles?


Dydine

Let’s start in Israel.


Guy Cohen Paz  

So basically I'm from Israel. And I was born in Tel Aviv. You will know, I hope we all know it's like, people think it's the Capital, but it's not Jerusalem. But I was born and grew up in “inaudible” basically was announced it's like the kid's city old like a lot of the money goes to education most of the money. Hence, I loved growing up there because, so there's a lot of like parks, for example, has like games like children book things. And so it was like a very very good place to grow in and my father was the head of security there like everybody knows him still. Yeah. So it was wonderful growing up there. And yeah, my and when I was a kid and that was the lesson my connection with the community was very strong because I was to perform on stage. So the mayor knew me and everybody know me, I was that kid that was used to saying in school ceremonies and stuff like that. So I just loved being with I love the community. That I grew up with. So yeah, there were some tough moments but I'm sure…


Alex  

because you told us before about how you used to like performing and stuff Yes. And so you were involved in like the school plays and like the choir maybe your choir so in Israel, whatever like


Guy Cohen Paz  

like to remember that we have to remember that day. Happy Days like the Holocaust Remembrance Day. Reading you know, things and singing or Independence Day, or you can also sing and you know, reached


Alex  

out on stage.


Guy Cohen Paz  

It was very, very the community so it was the size of New Jersey basically. So the neighborhood that I grew up in was smaller, though, like, you know, everybody knows everybody.

Yeah, it's kind of the lights like really small village kind of thing.


Alex  

Yeah. I've always liked that idea of like, an entire town or like neighborhood kind of knowing everyone. Yeah, that's always felt special. Yeah, and that's like, that's something that I never really got a large amount of in my own childhood, growing up in Dallas. It's a few cities and I had like, I had my family and my friends here and there, but it wasn't like the stereotypical like, please go over to the next-door neighbor's house. My parents did. I didn’t. So I'm just saying like, it feels like that's something that was a very like a group dynamic.


Guy Cohen Paz  

I was in the streets all day, all day from morning to night. All the moms used to go on the windows, saying hey, come back home, it’s time for dinner. That was the situation.



Dydine  

You know, that's how I grew up too. We grew up in a large community where all that worried parents are when are you coming home for dinner, when are you coming home for lunch? And we were just playing in the streets. If you say “Playing the streets”, living in the US, you sound like a street kid.


Alex  

Oh no. Every kid plays in the street too..I didn’t have moms calling me out on the streets.


Dydine  

Oh, Yes.


Guy

Hi Alex, come back home!!


Dydine  

You know, this is something that comes to mind. Now you live in the US  where it's more individualistic than a community. You can create a community but you go out of your shell, out of your way to create a community in the US, it's not something like all your neighbors will know you. Yeah, so what do you think is the importance of community or do you miss it or have you been able to find, you know, find yourself in the city, this big city like Los Angeles, where you have come to go out of your way to create that city. What’s that been like for you?


Guy Cohen Paz  

I came here when I was 26. So I was more grown up still a kid as I look back and more that you know, grew up with the years I look back Back then I thought I'm like so as such an adult and I've got more you know, grown up, but I was a kid but not really a kid because of my sense of community was pretty much built you know, because I had friends I still have you know, friends from Israel. Like my communities still I have it in my heart and you know, then I can reach out with my friends over the phone and it's still there. So And my point is that my points of community and feeling like you belong to something. So it just gives it like, my arsenal was kind of cool. So when I was here, I think then you know, the last thing happened, I found my husband and so things are like so he's my home, my community, my home. And then I kind of got infused into his family that you know that some of them live here. And then always trying to think about a job and you know, how I will provide myself and my family and so the community is not that I sort of, like put it away, but it's something that I had to take like I know what it is and how important it is for them because I experienced it. And I think a community that I have is like you guys and you know when we first met it was immediate, so, you know, to find those people in your life even though it sounds like a village you know that we live next to each other we are living next to each other but you know even though to find these people that you love smiling at, love talking to, yeah.


Alex  

It's important. It lights up your heart in ways that's very uh to just having that community. So like I spoke about this off camera as well. But over the last several months, we have, Dydine and I have been talking more about, like what community actually mean to us individually and as we are all a little bit older, getting into our cementing ourselves into our 30s it means something different than, you know when we were younger, especially for me. And so the idea of having a real community and a tribe that goes to your heart and inspires you and allows you to interact with people in the world in different ways. It's just it's taken on far more important things. I don't I mean, I don't know how to say that. It's just it's far more important. And you realize there's great greater value in that then as opposed to when we were younger. And so have you there's not really a question in there, but it's more of just like a train of thought. Have you thought about that as well.


Guy Cohen Paz  

So as I hear you speak, this is what comes to mind. So our community, what is the community why do we Why do we love having a community because sometimes I feel like sometimes you need this feedback from people who love you to hear from people who know that you care for you. So when you kind of need this kind of support, you can just easily reach it. And you know that you're going to have you know the back the support, the loving words, attention, moments, you just need to you know, rest a little bit and not really think about big things. And there's a nice so this is why I think especially when we're young, and we don't really know ourselves. You know, I think it's really crucial and important to have this kind of environment in the community. With that said, there recent years since, you know, I've tapped into meditation a little bit I found that there's a nice there's a beautiful kind of quote, I don't know if I say it right but I'm sure you will get the point. In order to have quiet thought, in the world now. Like you have to have a good relationship with yourself, to have a relationship in your home, to have a good relationship in your neighborhood, to have good relationships, with the cities, with the country, with the nations, and with the whole world. It all starts with you.

And they didn't teach me or my friends when we were young, that the most important relationship that you'll ever need to nurture and have nurture is with yourself first. Because what happens is, you know, If my people in the community are far away? Or, you know, you need to be you a community it's also myself. Part of it, you are also your own community. So, so I'm trying, I'm trying to, you know, always support this relationship I have with myself.


Dydine  

Was there a time growing up? Growing up in Israel? Was there a time that you felt lost, but still have that community but you feel like the community doesn't understand you? Or you know, when you wish we sometimes as you were talking about peace and harmony and love, all of this starts with, you have to have a great relationship and then be able to give more good to the world. Was there a time when you felt you felt lost and not feeling like the community understands you because that can also be very, very draining. Yeah. When you are surrounded with all these, you know, beautiful things, but inside you're feeling you know, you're healthy you know, your mind is isolated.


Guy Cohen Paz  

Sometimes you don't want to share things with the community. When things have been sometimes you're not ready to share sometimes we don't ready to receive support. And of course, it didn't happen to me, it's kind of it's very personal, but um, it's okay if someone will learn from it. I'm happy so yeah, so when I was opening up about telling guys that I was in the band and you know, I was performing a lot. And yeah, there was a time when I was, you know, my teacher was very, she was very, she was older than me. I think I was 14 at the time and she 50 ish, something like that. And she took advantage of me. Now, you know, that you can imagine like sexually, and I didn't know what to do. I didn't know who to turn to and you know, it seems to be like, you know, this is what it is. Because I didn't know any better. I felt the pain. I felt sad. I felt very negative. But the blessing was that I didn't know anything else at the moment. So my natural character was trying to always lift my spirits up. And I remember I remember a moment that was very helpful for me. Until today, when I'm listening to so so there was a moment when I was very very on my knees I was down I felt like there's no lower bottom. So I just took I took a mirror in my small, I had a really small room. I took a mirror, a small mirror and I again, community, spoke to myself and I wasn't just speaking I played the song. You know, Maria Carey's song “Hero”?


Dydine

Oh, yeah.


Guy

So there's a hero inside your heart. You know, it's a long road when you face the world alone. No one reaches out a hand through a hole. And just, just, just, just me just seeing a person. You know, just getting a person. I felt like you know that this person in the mirror knows who I am and I don't need to explain things to him. And just having this moment with that song. It was a pivotal moment for me. Just to hang on. Just to hang on. And I mean, it took it was I was in this mess. I was there for like seven years. So it was a long time but but but um, but I'm happy that I could find ways to hold on. Yeah, so for me, it was really important to be there for what I did. Today, I know that I was doing self-love. But today, yeah, I know what I'm doing. I just felt like I need to do something. And this is why maybe today, I know I know. And I feel how much important it is. And this is why maybe I'm so religiously practicing meditation itself. Because I know this is when I am like I'm very blessed to have a loving husband, a loving family and loving friends. Yes, but you cannot forget the loving self.


Dydine  

You are, yeah thank you so much for sharing.


And just knowing that your story is not unique, so many young people are going through similar things that you went through, and at times they don't know how to deal with that emotional trauma. They don't even know how to share they don't even know they have all the community that loves them but when you go through such a thing, there's also victim blaming. So you know, you're blaming yourself and there's shame, there's you know, you don't have power over what's going on. Usually, it takes you to know, it takes a toll on somebody. And so I'm so glad that you found a way to hold on and it worked because you're here now smiling. Yeah. And yeah, so I'm so glad you're here and you're able to tell your story. Yes. Because there's power in telling a story. Because Maya Angelou said something about it. She said that there's no greater agony than an untold story. So, yes, so I'm so glad you're here to tell, to share the story. One of the points you were sharing with the guys, was one of the questions that came to mind, in that period of seven years, did the people around you notice your character changing and you actually denied us nothing happened you could find because sometimes when you have a such you know delightful character your big personality, loving people big. Sometimes we tend because I have similar tendencies. I smile all the time. And so when it's my deflection, when I'm going through something, the first thing I do is make sure nobody notices and I'm just going to be smiling even more. And so how was it for you?


Guy Cohen Paz  

It was exactly as what you were saying. People didn't really know,  some knew, but they were my age. So it's not like they're responsible at all. I smiled harder when I felt bad. So people thought he was good. We don't need to worry about it. And that was exactly what I was trying to do. That is exactly what I didn't want anyone on my back. Yeah, I didn't want anyone to tell me what to do. Because I didn't know. Imagine a baby. Did you give a baby a steak? Like I didn't know. Give me some advice or sorry, I just can't eat it. I can't smile. I'm gonna pretend everything's okay. And when I'm by myself, I'm going to be whatever I want to


Alex  

So, a moment ago you mentioned that you kind of had the what's the phrase which was the word of the forgotten you? You just found it in yourself that you had to sort of pick yourself up? You have to be kind to yourself first. Yeah. That alone is a really, really challenging thing. A lot of times for people to come to and I just I don't know, I think that kind of speaks to you. I mean, we all sort of we all have our challenges, and yeah go through things that are unexpected. And maybe at the moment, we don't feel like we are capable.


Dydine  

Oh I'm trying to pin what this conversation is about. And so I feel like it's learning how to pick out.


Alex

I lost my train of thought. Yes.


Alex  

Yeah, No, I mean, I believe that in my own childhood or adolescence, I would beat myself up. So so much for so long. That I became I almost enjoyed the pain. It was a weird sort of like getting the words, but I enjoyed being in that in that space. Because familiar moment, and I wouldn't say that it was such an intense feeling that I felt that I'm like, this is at least give me some you know what I mean? I remember feeling like that occasionally throughout like adolescence, and I wouldn't use the tools that I knew I had. Like, I knew I could heal myself. I knew I couldn't take the steps to start feeling better. But I was like, No, I don't want to do that. Maybe he was like, I want to pity or I wanted, I don't know, but it was unhealthy. And I realized I think later than I should have stayed in that sort of headspace into space. It doesn't help any. Personally, not you and so what you're saying about your community, that's such a simple, fantastic concept.



Alex  

Yeah, especially if you're feeling alone. or feeling like I have nothing but like it's not entirely true. As you did, you can look in the mirror, and then you could talk to yourself the same. Magic. There's magic in that if you allow it for yourself. So I just, I wish I don't know I wish people like me, who I was, you know, when I was a kid would see the value and being kind to yourself instead of waiting for other people to Yeah, if you


Guy Cohen Paz  

listen, it's something that they like grown-ups didn't teach us No. It's not that you know, hopefully, are in the next generation, you know, our own kids and so, this knowledge will be more like I will still make sure that I will bring this knowledge to our future kids. I think it's super important and it's important that we know it now also like


Dydine  

It's true. It's true. I think nowadays, you know, we are normalizing mental health we are realizing all the meditation, you know, wellness, all the safe now yoga. Now you go to school, right? A lot of kids are learning to meditate when they're young. And so all of that is it's amazing. We didn't have we have access, especially if you were a young boy, for me growing up if little boys started crying the first message was “men don't cry”. And so in so growing up in that type of culture, you keep everything in and you don't even want to share so you don't really know how to you know, you feel shame. 


Guy

Yes. Like something is wrong with you.


Dydine  

Yes, you must. That's yeah, you're less than you're not strong enough. You're not gonna be able to make it in life. Words when you hear them, make it even close even more. And so it's important that now we are speaking as we're speaking about these things to make sure our children are not going to go through that emotional turmoil.


Guy Cohen Paz  

Someone else who said that you know, your emotions cannot hurt you. It's the way you the way your relationship with your emotions. That's what can make you feel bad. We like we were humans, we feel things we react to things. We just wanted to welcome everything, not to react like I really learned this in two or three years not to be so quick to react to say stuff or to react.

Not just in conflict, In everything. Yeah, I don't need to. Like I'm not giving a speech to the nation right now is built I don't have to say things that are smart things right away. Yes, I think, it's okay to wait for an answer.


Alex  

This an important lesson to learn.


Dydine  

Yes. It’s an important lesson to learn because they say even you know finding out that really helps in that it saves your soul a lot because you're not going to be part of conversations that you don't have to be part of, you're going to save your mind a lot of trouble and because when things are already said, we can't take them. And when we said they already said they're out there you've already created. Words create. And so when we respond with emotions, when you have a lot of emotions you'll respond with and without emotion. And really worried that as not, most of the time, it's not good. You need we need time to process those emotions. When we think about things


Dydine  

Yeah, yeah. And so in the past couple of years, I think everyone in the room everyone's emotional. Because of the war in Ukraine, in Israel, there were bombs and everything. And so Black Lives Matter movement, over the past couple of years our emotions were high as well.


Guy Cohen Paz  

Yeah, and people are also seeking more mental health. Wonderful. This time, we really, we really need to really go deep in here, you know, because, for me, it really helps me. But I think everybody should really find that because that's, that's the anchor. That's the real anchor, you are your own real anchor.


Dydine  

Is that why you went to study meditation? Wanted to be a teacher? What inspired you?


Guy Cohen Paz  

So the pandemic inspired you to do that because we were in lockdown. Because of you know, the pandemic it was before the vaccine, the vaccination, and was it was when we thought it was gonna be it's gonna be for a few weeks, maybe, and everything became longer and longer and longer and we are in quarantine and the only place for me to have some peace and quiet was the laundry room. And I said, Okay, I have to do something. That gave me some, peace of mind, and said, My husband was telling me I should check out meditation. And I was hooked. I was hooked.



Alex  

Immediately because I know some people it takes some time.


Guy Cohen Paz  

Not immediately, not immediate. It has to be a practice. In the beginning, I didn't understand it. I didn't. I didn't. I wasn't sure that I'm doing it right. Because my mind was still partying. It was I didn't know but I kept going. Even Schilling is like it's literally a practice. It's a step. It's a step-by-step. So and then I saw the app. You know, the app I told you about it's called Insight Timer, a timer. the site where you can when it shows you like every day that you're practicing, like, you know, consecutive days. I'm gonna make I want to do a, you know, day after day, I'm going to try I did it but today I did. Yeah, I mean, today it's I had like two years or something consecutive days and, yeah.


Alex

Congratulations my friend!


Guy

Thank you. So that way I became like a teacher because I love it so much. And I went that route. And I did. I went to do a meditation teacher training course, which was really good. But then, but then, you know, I hadn't because I had other things that I was dreaming about that I'm still that I'm developing. So I look back it was purely for me to be my own teacher, I guess. Yes. And so yeah, taught me a lot. So grateful, and everybody has their own journey with meditation. Yeah, just don't expect it to be right away. It's a practice. It's like going to the gym. You're not going to go to the gym and you have muscles right away.


Dydine  

Yes, absolutely. That's very true. Someone here. I'm gonna say this. I'm sorry if I say the name or your name wrong. But they called us out for not reading comments.


Alex  

Guy is talking to us and we want to make sure everybody understands yes in full what you're saying.


Dydine  

guys have questions as well, you can also send your questions and we will be reading comments because we're meeting them. But we just didn't want to come from India. We didn't want to. Yes, but we see the comments. Thank you so much for being here. And the more comments more in the next thing, 10 minutes, we're gonna start reading comments and talking to you guys, but we see you and we love you all. Thank you so much for being here. Probably being part of that conversation. Anyway, so you guys can also tell us what you do to keep yourself up. And you can give us your tips on how to do it as we are learning to live a more fulfilled life happy, joyful life, despite the things that are going around us. We are definitely not ignoring.


Alex  

how can they donate?


Dydine  

I don't know. If you are trying to donate here in your area doesn't work. You can go to the website of this organization, St. Jude, it's a children's hospital. You can go to their website. I think that you will be able to donate on their website. On the web center.org Then you can be able to donate. You can also look up any other organization that you would like and, and donate and support that sometimes giving is receiving as well. Most will give which is always important. When I give I usually receive more.


Alex  

I know there are some issues sometimes with Instagram, especially Instagram lives. That's an issue for donating. Yeah, especially in different parts of the world. We're in Los Angeles, I'm not sure for Europe.


Dydine  

I think she's in Korea. So you might be difficult because of global regulation.


Alex  

I hope you understand.


Dydine  

Anyway. We were talking about meditation. And yeah, you did it for yourself and you have the self-meditation.


Guy Cohen Paz  

Do you, are you practicing meditation?


Dydine  

Am I practicing Vedic meditation? So it's 20 minutes in the morning. I am supposed to do it twice a day. 20 minutes in the morning, and 20 minutes in the afternoon. But in the afternoon I usually escape, which is not good but the 20 minutes in the morning helps me a lot.


Guy Cohen Paz  

That was, I remember that I told you that I'm doing a practice that my teacher told me is called rpm. Yes. He made it right before I'm touching my phone or took a shower.


Dydine  

Yeah. How has that helped you? When do you see a change in your life? Since you started meditating?


Guy Cohen Paz  

I do see that things are coming at me slower, more manageable. Like you know, it's like setting the table for the day like that's what I'm doing in the morning like meditating. I have time to set everything and I'm starting today. Calm more calm. Oh, let's see. What did you want for me in this notification? Oh, you did this. Oh, I have an email. What did they want? And I know my eyes are very open.


Guy Cohen Paz  

so why why why do you want to start your day like this?


Dydine  

I don't remember who I saw. Talking about how when you work in the morning and the first thing you do is go on your phone. It's like waking up in your room you have like 20 guests in your bed. Yes, waiting for you to wake up. It’s like waking up in the middle of the market.


Alex  

It's not helpful.


Guy Cohen Paz  

I think people want your attention. Yeah. You want to especially if you're like you would like to want to do good with people you live with or whatever. As with this responsibility. Too much but you know what if you cannot live by it, you know what I also noticed that sometimes I just need to dance sometimes I just need to I mean today I know that it's also some kind of a form of letting things go and things like using your body there is a name for it. That I can I can look after but it's a thing. Feel like you want me to meditate quietly whatever. Or you know, follow like a guided meditation. Put some songs in the morning. Move your body a little bit. Yeah. That's what I said for a different day. You know that was most of that.


Alex  

I mean, they're both forms of connecting, connecting to yourself. Yes, you know, and I've started doing deep stretching because you know, I'm getting a little older. Like deep stretching and not just you know, just doesn't stretch. You like your body sort of wake up and I know, strength but it just helps you connect with your body in ways that meditation does, also singing does.



Guy Cohen Paz  

So when you for example, when you say that your voice comes to your body down, so for example vocalizing it so because it says to send a message to the whole body. Yes.


Dydine  

To relax. So maybe, maybe that's why I stayed sane all these years. Because the thing No, I love Yeah, it was I when I was younger, I was thinking all the time listening to church choirs and because growing up in a post-genocide country you would think by this time I'll be a little kuku grumpy and tired, but I think you might be right because whenever I was, you know, going through a lot of emotions I loved singing it was like my comfort. But I didn't know that whatever you described now… like vibrations.


Guy Cohen Paz  

Yeah, but you become your body


Dydine  

to calm your body. In. Sometimes you speak and you just cry and high it's a release. Crying is good. A lot of people cry, people. If you want to cry just put boys. It's not shameful. It's your body's supposed to do that


Guy Cohen Paz  

if you're a human. Yeah, yeah.


Alex  

It was crazy to you know when people get mad that up here we might pop up. I heard that. I forget where but all the men all the tears that they need to cry are like trapped in those angry veins so, sweat it out. Those things start to go away. You start to chill out.


Guy Cohen Paz  

You know, I feel like as we speak, the thing that I also think about is that I think it's really it's so our body, not just the things that we need to you know, like Photoshop and all the magazines and how we look into attract whatever it is. This is not what our bodies are here for. Our bodies are here. It's a tool that we need to learn it's all that we need to make you need to understand that the body is here to maintain your health and to carry you places to your brain is here to just regulate your whole system. Different millions of systems that we have. And if we learn if we know how to use it to our benefit, yes, this is the most important thing I want to know 100 years from now is what um you know, get rid of this world -This is a Hebrew thing, to go to a better place. So I want to know that I used everything that my you took care of you that I took care of my body and my body and my body knew that I took the time to learn and use it in the most expanding way that I can if it steps in if it's saying if it's stretching if it's met, like learn my brain or were training or mold or sports scope it or like fit it with good positive thoughts because you know, yes, maybe I want a six-pack, whatever, but I won't have it. It's okay. I can still enjoy it the same way. It's all here also. Oh, yes.


Dydine  

Yes, absolutely. Yeah, that's beautiful. I think it's a good thing to remember. This is a six-pack it's just to digest the food that I'm eating. 


Alex  

Anybody in the Baserange community, If you want to share how you take care of yourself, your body, and your body you're welcome to share respectfully. Yeah, please share, please share.


Dydine  

It's very important to remember that because social media especially will lead now in the world of social media and a lot of young people. So you see a lot of these filtered and edited pictures of models and celebrities and you start feeling bad about yourself when you see the six-pack out there you see all these things are like, oh my god, other humans look like that. Why? Why do I look like this? And this self-hate that begins you know in the start, not appreciating your body, not appreciating the things that your body does for you. And so and so it's important to have this reminder to remember that to take this thinking to think your brain to think your legs to think if your hands every part of your body that is functioning for you. And because it's doing all of that work. And so when we start looking at that at the belly and it doesn't have the six-pack and you start hating on it, it's helping your digestive you sad it's doing a lot of things that are keeping you alive.


Guy Cohen Paz  

It's like my stomach is saying, give me a break. I'm working here. I'm what you want for me.


Dydine  

So it's a good reminder that if you're alive, you're here to focus your brain on gratitude for not just the things that you're uncomfortable with things that you hate. Because I think it was last night Alex and I were talking about how we know those words create.  Yeah, we know that words create. And so if they have a lot of power.


Guy

Everything start with words.


Dydine  

Yes, that works. If words create usually we use it in like if you say bad words, but also remember that good words have similar powers. So they all work the words as well. So start using positive good words towards yourself towards your loved ones. Because you're going to create a reality for yourself and for the people around you. And so if your body, you know, start appreciating it and not poking at it a bit, hating it. It's going to serve you right?


Guy Cohen Paz  

Yeah. And all will elevate and improve yourselves. And you're going to be the best version of yourself. Every time further and more.



Alex  

We have one very, very, very challenging question. So if you could speak to your younger self. Yeah, what piece of wisdom that is filled with love would you give a young guy?


Dydine  

A 14-year-old guy somewhere, you know, challenged guy.


Guy Cohen Paz  

I would say that, first of all, I love you. No matter what, you're safe. And you're more than enough. You're more than enough. And you will survive every obstacle in the way. Just remember you want to be? And you'll get there with love and tenderness. It all comes to kindness and softness. I think that’s it.


Alex  

It'll be okay. It'll be alright.


Dydine  

The unknown is scary.


Guy Cohen Paz  

Yeah, sometimes it's okay to be in that zone of the unknown. It's, it can also it's scary. When we think but it can also be if you're not scared to have these few moments of being scared. It can also be, like, nurturing, somewhat for you.


Alex  

Because I call those moments. Those are character-building moments. Yeah. That's where you find out how you operate. Yeah, and those challenging moments where you have no idea what's going on, or how to ration but yeah, but what you just said the last 54 and a half minutes Guy beautiful, beautiful, and very helpful. Like I said I feel I mean, I know I learned the game either.


Dydine  

And we all smiled.


Alex  

My jaws always hurt every time we speak.


Dydine  

And I love it. Oh, I wish that you should come on more often so we can have this deep healing conversations. So we will thank everyone who is here, also we want to thank our special guest today, his wisdom, his stories, very upbringing, and support you guys are here with us and listening to this conversation. I hope you will get something meaningful from it. Something that can carry you through life with a peaceful heart. That’s my 2 cents.


Alex  

Thank you so much for joining us.


Guy Cohen Paz  

Thank you for having me also.


Alex  

And thanks again to everybody for joining.


Dydine  

We love you, Guy. Thank you so much we'll see you soon. Yes. Love you everybody.