Boundless love

When relationships matter more than perceived fairness, love knows no bounds.

By SUSAN SILVERMAN
November 30, 2015 16:03
4 minute read.
Pepe Fainberg

Painting by Pepe Fainberg. (photo credit: PEPE FAINBERG)

 
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A long time, our 13-yearold son, Zamir, was very conscious of what was fair and what wasn’t.

For example, he needed to feel that he was not walking the dog more than his brother was; that his portion of Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Monkey ice cream was equal to his siblings’; that I read a book and sang the “Shema” for as long as I did with his siblings, etc.

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