Rabbi Heschel said, “Awe is a sense for the transcendence, for the reference everywhere to mystery beyond all things.” As children, we have this primal sense of awe built into us. Back then, every moment is filled with anticipation, imagination, and astonishment. Then life happens. We grow up. Bills. Stress. Betrayal. Traffic. We get bored. Our heart hardens. We get cynical. And that unflinching awe ever so gradually grows dormant. In this series, we want to rediscover that awe. By lifting the veil on reality and gazing into absurdity, we will find an invitation to become awestruck. This astonishing phenomenon we call existence is full of magic, mystery, and astonishment. The question is, how aware of it are we?