In between preparing and serving truly outstanding Yemenite-Israeli cuisine—with lafah he bakes himself every morning—he is matchmaker, dating coach and spiritual teacher.
He grew up from the age of six cooking under his mother’s precise directions in their Tel Aviv kitchen—she had a blood disease that made use of her fingers impossible.
“One year my mother was in the hospital 200 days out of the year,” he recalls. He was so devoted to her, and I respect him so much for that.” Hundreds of couples, over the years, credit their marriages and broods of children to Rabii Harizy and his philosophy, which brings back the lost gold of actually adoring your spouse, on principle. You have to unify and integrate what you think, what you say, and what you do.” Also, no more jive.
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He points often to his temple, then heart, then side of hip, and says, “Mind, heart, action.
You have to unify and integrate what you think, what you say, and what you do.” This is the core of his teaching: Integrate and harmonize all thoughts, words, and deeds—and whatever you do, do it with purpose and integrity.