The fifth commandment tells us to honor our father. But what do you do when your father was a violent man who left you shattered. As a rabbi falls ill, a daughter contemplates her obligations.33
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After his father died, Rabbi Shelley Michael Waldenberg and his family journeyed to the Har Hamenuchot Cemetery overlooking Jerusalem. His story is a painful but ultimately redemptive one.
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