Eliezer Sobel and his wife, Shari, live in an unassuming neighborhood in the Fan. Their lawn is well-groomed, the paint isn’t peeling and you can’t smell the incense until you get inside. The home is colorful and full of paintings and books; it is tidy and organized.
You’d never guess you were sitting across from a man who’s been held at gunpoint by bandits outside Nepal, who’s done the hokeypokey while taking Ecstasy during an Easter-morning service conducted by monks, who’s required students in his creativity workshops to look each other in the eye and say “doody.”
Causes Eliezer Sobel Supports
Int'l Campaign for TIbet, Amnesty Int'l, SEVA, World Wildlife Fund, Marijuana Policy Project.