Mira, daughter of Naomi and Bezalel, was born on 24 August 1953 in Nahalal. Until the age of ten, she grew up in Beit Lehem Haglilit and later moved to Tivon, so that since her early childhood she had been a close admirer of the landscapes of the Lower Galilee and had a profound love for nature in general and the landscapes of Eretz Israel in particular. Where she thought of going on to the university, and the painting – a hobby she had worked with steadily and skillfully over the age of 13. Mira was a man without compromise, and most hated the mediocrity and grayness of life and aspired to freedom and self-realization. At the Sde Akhziv School. There, in tours of the Galilee valleys, in bird watchers’ observation of the fish ponds, or in bathing and wandering on Achziv’s green rocky coast, she found a kind of calm, close proximity and identification with the flora and fauna she wanted to explore and understand. On the first day of Adar 5734 (23.2.1974), a few months before she was released from the army, she participated in a trip to Wadi Kelt, which was a sunny Saturday night, with flowers and flowers covering the hills. A dip in the water, no longer giving up and descending into the spring, a sudden stream, a whirlpool of flood, and suddenly everything was cut off.