December 29, 2012 | 2:36 pm
Posted by Beit T'shuvah
Inga Roizman is a stunning example of the power of redemption. She had been a resident of Beit T'Shuvah on two separate occasions and has now been working as a Counselor for the past 10 months. Everyday that Inga comes to work she brings both her personal experience and a personality that brims with humor, kindness, and affection. She are truly blessed to have her as part of the Beit T'Shuvah family. Inga was kind enough to take a break from her busy day and answer our Saturday Questionnaire.
What is your idea of redemption?
Coming back to truth.
What was BTS's role in your life?
A sanctuary for internal metamorphosis
What do you like most about yourself?
What first came to mind is my integrity. That I’m searching for truth.
What quality do you value most in your friends?
Honesty and authenticity. Also, playfulness and those who stand for their principles
What is your favorite occupation?
Healer, teacher, student, and guide.
What inspires you?
Art, music, learning, seeing the light in other people’s eyes
What is your major fault?
I have a litany of thoughts going through my head but the two that stand out this moment are perfectionism and being a know it all.
What is your motto?
I don’t have a motto, I have principles
What is your present state of mind at this moment?
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5.17.13 at 1:29 pm | My daughter, Heather, recommended a book to me. . . (94)
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