It really is the little things we say to one another that make us display the beauty of our humanity:From a Holocaust survivor at the Synagogue where I work (who is mostly deaf and usually forgets why he's standing at my desk) – "you have beautiful blue eyes, they look just like my dear wife's" That almost made me cry. From the B'nai Mitzvah Hebrew tutor at the Synagogue "do you dance, you have a dancer's body". From another woman at the Synagogue "is that your husband? he's kind of a hottie" I know right? From my little Aliyah bug today (paraphrase) "I'm happy that you are working, and the friends I'll meet at school, and my teacher, and my babysitter… but I can always get new teachers, and friends, and babysitters, but I can't get a new mom and dad so I miss you when you are gone." Some of the most profound moments in my life have come from some small thing said to me that probably seemed insignificant to the person saying it. Always a good thing to keep in mind in my encounters with others.