Entrepreneurship unites but there’s an asshole in every religion
The untimely loss of Igal Lichtman prompted many to relive great moments that they shared throughout the domain entrepreneur’s life.
Those that knew him in person, pointed out not just the business aspect of their connection, but the remarkable human side of Igal’s personality.
Born in Ukraine during the Soviet era, he relocated to Israel and built his business from scratch.
Igal openly shared with others the secrets to success, including forming StartupSeeds, a non-profit that fosters and encourages entrepreneurship among the youth of Israel, through a variety of online and offline activities.
Igal was also a devout father of six, a husband and a family man that served his family and country; the latter by fulfilling his military obligations, like every other able-bodied male and female, by serving in the air force.
Entrepreneurship knows no boundaries, no organized religious beliefs, gender or race and no sexual orientation. Entrepreneurship is the motivational force to improve humanity as a whole, and to respect the planet we all share.
For some asshole to disrespect the loss of such an iconic man before his body was even buried and mourned over, means that all hope is lost for those who blindly embrace religions that teach hatred and revenge.