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#11 Kibud Av of Eisav – Appreciating Parents
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#11 Kibud Av of Eisav – Appreciating Parents
Of course we appreciate our parents. Of course we respect them. Isn’t that only natural? Doesn’t everyone? And yet we don’t. We live in a society that doesn’t seem to know the meaning of the word respect. There is no respect for authority, no respect for institutions, no respect for elders, and even no respect for ourselves. Unfortunately, we are affected by this, and this lack of respect goes s...


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