A white sheet drooping and wild, barely lit from the alleys of Katamon in the small window. A transparent candle flickers on a crumbling wooden table. On it: "The fire will burn until the coming of the Messiah", and in its shadow two burning flames merge into one. The worlds were confused, belief and instinct merged and created a new vision; Physical prayer. Darkness and light, holy heresy, a field full of the fruit of the tree of knowledge. The window was closed, Torah words were said in the room. Burning fire came out of the mouth, and strange fire from the eyes. The Boy Who Illuminated the Sky is a collection of stories, monologues and ideas that deal with the mind and soul, the thoughts behind the fears and the adults trained to hide curious children. In his fourth book, Asif Elkaim explores big ideas through small moments - the absence of light and darkness, infinite beauty and abysmal sadness, love and the anxiety of loneliness, monogamy, multiple loves and dissonance between beliefs - and even opens a window into the mind of a participant in the "Big Brother" social experiment. Because for the thinking person - the mind is the biggest playground in the world. Asif Elkayam is a writer, lecturer, communication consultant and emotional coach. He wrote his first book at the age of twenty-two, and has three bestsellers behind him: The Poetics of Chess, Twenty Thousand Sunrises and Lost, and a series of key positions in the Knesset and the media. His books are studied in the academy, in schools, for high school graduations and in the IDF. Founder of "Lazroh" Africa, an international therapeutic volunteer organization.