If you are considering moving to Israel or if you at present live in Israel, you will likely find this article quite entertaining. This article represents my attempt to share a few examples of three ways how Tel Aviv, Israel and Los Angeles, California are VERY similar.
I moved to Israel from Los Angeles, California, about 12 years ago and I have a perspective to share. In what feels like an age of fractionalization and of separate and divided political parties, religions, races, and much more … I want to unify and collaborate.
Through this article, I hope to inspire you to look for commonalities amongst different peoples/cultures in various countries because it is meaningful to me. That being declared, let’s get into it.
- The Weather
In Los Angeles, the weather is almost always sunny and warm. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 48°F to 85°F.
In Tel Aviv, the weather is almost always sunny and warm. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 49°F to 87°F.
Indeed look at the numbers on WeatherSpark. The year-round weather is simply great in both places!
- The Diversity
I would say that Tel Aviv, Israel is a relatively diverse place depending on which part of Tel Aviv you’re in… and the same exact thing goes for Los Angeles, California.
Specifically, in the south-central part of Tel Aviv & Los Angeles has a lot of Jews, Asians (both from India and the Philippines) , Africans, Russians, and Arabs.
Indeed, it is crazy how similar the two places are!
- The Beach
Something extraordinary about both places (Los Angeles & Tel Aviv), is that you enjoy extremely easy access to the sea/ocean.
You will be able to go to the beach and enjoy water sports, lounging, and soaking up the sun.
Not bad right?!
- In Conclusion
If you cross-examine me…all human beings are basically the same. We all have the same exact 25-27 emotions to draw from, and engage our reality. We all feel pain, pleasure, jealousy, and sadness.
Although some of the mannerisms and the environment are different… basically, Los Angeles and Tel Aviv are the same place!
Come see for yourself!