A recent conversation with a friend of mine has gotten me thinking:
To what extent do parents have to ensure that they treat all of their children equally? If child #1 received a car when he turned 18, does that mean that all of his siblings should also receive a car upon turning 18? If my friend buys her older daughter a fancy present for her birthday, is she necessarily obligated to do the same for her younger sister? How important is this to our children? And does "unequal" always mean "unfair"?
Shalom Aleichem שלום עליכם David d’Or (video) - Young Leadership Program (Visual Arts) from Japan sing together with David d’Or the famous Jewish prayer “Shalom Aleichem”, Tel-Aviv Dec. 2017 -------...
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