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Parenting is not a fun and easy thing to do sometimes especially with teenagers In the book The Chosen by Chaim Potok Dannys father Reb Saunders is a very religious Hacidic Jewish man who fails to communicate with his son throughout his childhood With Danny desperately in search of what to do with his life to be a rabbi or not he becomes friends with Reuven a typical Jewish boy in Brooklyn New York Reb Saunders was a very clever father and Rebbi Mr Saunders was a very work-based man He was constantly studying the Talmud and never really had the time or desire to communicate with his son Danny except about religion Reb Saunders knew that Danny had been reading non-religious books and exploring other ways of life and purposely didnt talk to his son for a reason that he knew his son was very curious and let him explore Rebbi wanted the best for Danny deep inside and let him safely explore other lifestyles It took great mental strength from Mr Saunders to control himself from stopping his son yet it showed a very clever and smart thinking All of Danny Saunders childhood was spent not talking to his father except for the tora Mr Saunders was very religious and stuck to a very routine work schedule He had great understanding and knowledge for the tora and the Hacidic religion itself The Hacidic Jews that attended his synagogue really could confide confidence in the Rebbi and trusted him I dont think that the people of the synagogue would rather have any other man be there messenger to the Lord In a strong Hacidic society and environment as such as the one danny drew up in it wasnt morally correct to socialize with non-Hacids such as Reuven Mr Saunders was very calm and very accepting to Reuven He was overall in support of Danny and Reuvens friendship because he knew it was for
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