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December 2, 2015 / 20 Kislev, 5776
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Unconditional Love – Setting the Bar too Low

Unless he at some minimal level wants to try and go back "On the Derech" the parent will not love them.
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But God forbid in the event that it happens to you, unless it becomes abusive unconditional love is absolutely the way to go.

About the Author: Harry Maryles runs the blog "Emes Ve-Emunah" which focuses on current events and issues that effect the Jewish world in general and Orthodoxy in particular. It discuses Hashkafa and news events of the day - from a Centrist perspctive and a philosphy of Torah U'Mada. He can be reached at hmaryles@yahoo.com.

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One Response to “Unconditional Love – Setting the Bar too Low”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I agree- spend lots of time with your kids. Heart to heart conversations and love make such a difference. But especially pray for them!

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Binyamin and Chaya Maryles, uncle and aunt of Emes Ve-Emunah author Harry Maryles.
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