The Bottle Project
4 October, 2003

*bottles roughly translated from Hebrew

Hana’a (impetus)
Aids in shifting into first gear.
Suitable for character types that experience difficulty in getting off the couch.

Meekood (focus)
Aids in staying on track.
Suitable for character types that experience difficulty in finding the straight line that runs between two points.

Ya’ad (direction)
Aids in finding a direction.
Suitable for character types that experience difficulty in knowing what they want.

Heaza (daring)
Aids in daring to act.
Suitable for character types that experience difficulty in finding the nerve to just do it.

Hatmada (perseverance)
Aids in finding the persistence to achieve one’s goal.
Suitable for character types who tend to lose interest somewhere along the way.

Hitna’arut (freedom from social mores)
Aids in liberating oneself from social mores.
Suitable for character types who tend to be too hung up on what they are supposed to do, want, think, etc.

Vitoor (letting go)
Aids in letting go of the impossible.
Suitable for character types with a tendency to continue “beating a dead horse”.

Pashranoot (compromise)
Aids in finding the ability to compromise.
Suitable for character types who have difficulty in accepting the world’s imperfections.

Vadaoot (assurance)
Aids in trusting one’s own abilities.
Suitable for character types who tend not to feel sure they know what they are doing.

Hitkashrut (closeness)
Aids in being able to experience closeness.
Suitable for character types who, despite successes, tend to feel alienated.

Margoa (relaxation)
Aids in developing the ability to just relax.
Suitable for character types who have a tendency toward running around and doing too much.