Ramat Aviv is a remarkable neighborhood in northern Tel Aviv. Not only includes the Tel Aviv University campus, but it is also the home of a highly educated population, mostly secular but not exclusively. It also includes Chabad Orthodox Jews and traditional Arab Israelis. I used to live here during the 1990s and I'm back. As a routine, I walk to every morning a seven-kilometer-long round trip to the beach and workout on free exercising fixtures provided by the city while watching at the Mediterranean Sea. Besides being a pleasant place to live in, Ramat Aviv sends a message that other places can learn from. Normality within abnormality.