This February will mark 10 years since my father passed and I can hardly believe it. I loved my father very much and losing him was the greatest sorrow my heart has ever known. He was only 63 years old when he died. My father had cancer and I went to see him as often as I could. ...
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What does it mean to be a Jewish father? If you're from a religious Jewish background, you know just what to do. You basically raise your child the way you were raised.
What if you aren't all that thrilled to be Jewish? You might say what my buddy said when his first son was...