I always thought I was the one to make all the choices. This time, however, this was not the case. I think that the Jewish souls of Biłgoraj had chosen me. I knew very little about Jewish Biłgoraj; after all, I was born in communist Poland. It must have been Bashevis Singer himself who put his own book into my hands. He sparked my curiosity, and despite the fact that there was no internet at that time, he convinced me to become an explorer. And this is how it all started – I began to explore this extraordinary Jewish world. If you expect that I am an extraordinary person, I will disappoint you. I am the most ordinary person, who is searching, believing, doubting, struggling. There are many of us and we have the power. For the past 15 years or so, I have been working to restore the memory of Jewish co-inhabitants of the city of Biłgoraj. I am the founder of the I. B. Singer Cultural Association in Biłgoraj and one of the initiators of the annual Singer Days Festival, currently organized in cooperation with the NN Theatre in Lublin and the Shalom Foundation in Warsaw.