There are two hiking trails near my apartment that I frequently visit.
The first runs along the Yarkon river.
The Yarkon nature reserve is a small heaven surrounded by urban hell. The water is clean, and the trail gets quite busy on summer days.
However, it's peaceful during the winter and especially during the workweek.
I often see migrating birds.
The other location is a beautiful forest with many trails.
When I started hiking there about 12 years ago, I was primarily alone, even on weekends.
Since then, the forest has been "discovered," and even during the workweek, it's not easy to hike naked or semi-naked. Still, as I go deeper into the forest and off-trail, I can find secluded, quiet spots where I can sit naked and relax.
Here's one of my favorite spots for relaxation.
Since I usually hike alone, I sometimes see an occasional deer, a fox, or other small animals.
But mostly, I'm surrounded by carpets of lovely flowers.
Most of you know I've been 30% disabled since October 2019.
I've suffered neurological damage because of a medication manufactured by Pfizer. That traumatic event changed my life forever.
Most young guys no longer trust official institutions.
We look at the world and see how governments and non-governmental institutions fail to protect the present and, more importantly, our future.
Wherever we look, we see greed, corruption, and lies.
Mistrusting the authorities isn't why I became vegan.
Switching to a vegan diet 12 years ago was mainly an emotional reaction to the horrors I've seen.
I've witnessed unbelievable acts of cruelty toward helpless animals.
I won't share horrific images and footage of the brutality toward animals that human beings inflict.
I know that people don't want to know or see it. But if you're interested, a simple search on Google will yield countless examples.
My boyfriend, Felix, also became vegan for the same reasons 11 years ago.
I wouldn't share my life with him otherwise.
Vegans, more than most people, understand how evil and corrupt our institutions and governments are.
Governments don't want people to become vegan.
That's why they don't tell you it will benefit your health, the planet, and of course, animals.
On the other hand, it will ruin industries that profit from pain, death, and suffering
For example, the dairy industry and, more importantly, pharmaceutical companies.
Most older people take medications to lower their cholesterol and blood pressure. Pharmaceutical companies make trillions of dollars in profit just from selling those drugs.
Josh, my 61-year-old vegan friend (and fuck buddy), doesn't take any medications.
His body is toned and beautiful and he fucks me like someone in his 20s.
Unlike Josh, most of my older non-vegan followers take such poisons (medications) daily.
It doesn't matter if they are lean and work out. They still can't lower their cholesterol without taking those harmful drugs.
That's because no one has told them that switching to a vegan diet (which means zero cholesterol intake from food) will most likely achieve the same result without poisoning themselves.
Isn't it at least worth trying?
After I became disabled, my world was shattered.
I spent a lot of alone time in the forest with Luka
When the doctor at the ER told me, after midnight, what had happened to me, he also said that it was because of the medication I took.
"We often see such cases."
I wasn't worried because I was sure he’d give me another medication to help me recover or that my neurons would heal in a matter of days.
His answer shocked me.
"There's nothing we can do. Your condition will get worse before it stabilizes."
Lawyers probably helped phrase the warnings Pfizer provides with that medication. It should state in bold print, "This medication might cause permanent damage to your brain," but it doesn't.
The hard-to-read leaflet has some vague warnings.
But it's buried and in small print. More importantly, nowhere does it say that the damage would be permanent.
I reported my case to the ministry of health, along with documents from the ER, neurological doctors, and private doctors, all stating that the medication I took most likely had caused my disability.
After all, I'm not the first victim!
The ministry of health did nothing.
Their excuse was that they had followed the health recommendations from the States.
If you've been following the opioid epidemic in the States, you already know how corrupt that system is.
Their failure to act was another slap in my face.
I expected nothing from a corrupt cooperation like Pfizer. However, I hoped that Israeli health authorities would protect me and, more importantly, protect others from Pfizer.
That's why I never will trust any governmental institution again.
I only trust my best friends, family, Felix, and Luka.
Three months after I became disabled, Felix and I hiked in my favorite forest for the first time.
I was still trying to piece my life back together, and he was often in tears when he thought of what had happened to me.
We hiked to the most remote part of the forest that day. At that location, he took my photo.
"Smile - you are so sweet and beautiful," he told me. But I was so sad, tired, and frightened of the future.
Here's what a faked smile of a young, frightened man looks like.
Yesterday, we returned to the same spot for the first time in three years.
"Do you remember the last time we were here?" I asked him.
"Of course. It was shortly after those fuckers, Pfizer, maimed you. I wish I could break the neck of those responsible for it."
Felix is such a gentle, loving person.
But he detests evil, corruption, and those responsible for it.
"You took a photo of me right there," I told him, pointing at the concrete stairs.
Here's the photo he took yesterday at the same spot.
I genuinely smiled and felt comfortable exposing my cock as well.
Felix and I hike almost every weekend.
Three times a year, we take a one-week vacation, usually in the northern part of Israel because that's where I grew up.
We often fuck outdoors as well.
However, I've never been abroad with Felix, and I'll never be.
That's because low air pressure, like that high altitudes or on a commercial flight, might cause further damage to my brain.
That's another thing Pfizer robbed me of!
When I tell people at work about a future vacation, they often ask me:
"A one-week vacation? Nice, where are you going?"
Most people connect a vacation with going abroad.
Since I can no longer fly (and there's no boat service from Israel), you probably think it bothers me a lot.
What are the most important things to consider when taking a vacation?
For me, it's relaxing, hiking, eating great food, meeting wonderful people, and having my ass fucked many times.
I don't need to fly abroad for that.
I only need to travel two hours or less by car!
Most importantly, vacationing in Israel costs substantially less than going abroad!
In addition, I don't suffer from jet lag, and I help preserve our planet because commercial flights have a major impact on global warming!
The nicest part is that I don't need to waste another horrific day flying back home when the vacation is over.
In less than two hours, I can get fucked in my rooftop jacuzzi.
What are your most memorable vacations?
They probably have nothing to do with the destination but instead with whom you spent them.
My best vacation was with a close friend in 2018, and we didn't fly anywhere. Instead, we hiked in honor of Israel's 70's birthday.
We walked (and fucked) on the "Israel path."
We walked 90 miles in one week on this beautiful hiking route, but we didn't camp outdoors.
We fucked like rabbits outdoors, though!
Each hiking day ended in the closest and finest Bed & Breakfast.
Israel's Bed & Breakfast inns are fantastic (but some are quite expensive.)
Pfizer and the ministry of health maimed me, but I still love my life.
I have great friends, fuck buddies, admirers, and blog followers.
Most of them want to make love to my ass and breed me.
I have a dream apartment.
My apartment is better than any Bed & Breakfast because it's my home.
I love Israel and Israeli food.
Also, Israelis are the most beautiful men in the galaxy.
Why would I want to travel anywhere else?