So too in our lives we are responsible at every time we reach a new stage to turn around and recount the steps it took to that point. It takes an entire lifetime to get to where we are standing today. It is amazing to think that five and a half years ago I thought my life took a turn for the worse. I broke my neck, I left the hospital two days before Chanukah, and the following Pesach I got engaged. We took many more steps along the way, many adventures. After many more steps the long awaited day came and my wife gives birth to two beautiful girls. Sadly Rivkah Chaya was only to stay with us for two weeks, but her sister Ahuvah Nava is doing wonderfully, and we are constantly davening that she continue in her progress. Just to turn around right now when we don’t know what is going to be. We have just suffered a traumatic loss but we still need to look back. I never would have imagined this on that day August 6, 2007. I never would have imagined this, what Ribono Shel Olam has brought me to. May we all merit to recognize the Master of the World in our lives little bit more and may we merit to appreciate what we have just a little bit more.