Hugging the Horse

Philosophy, Literature, Narcissism and Nonsense

My grandfather always used to tell this story about a Rabbi who used the yiddish word for ‘family’ in a conversation and, upon being asked what it means, replied “it means ‘people you don’t want to deal with but have to’”.

My grandfather always used to tell this story about a Rabbi who used the yiddish word for ‘family’ in a conversation and, upon being asked what it means, replied “it means ‘people you don’t want to deal with but have to’”.

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