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  • There's always something in your history that you can look back on and get a message from.

  • What you don't want to do is let any one of those things.

  • It's the aggregate that matters.

  • You don't let anyone of them define who you are.

  • If you live in any major event in the past, it is more than 10 years old.

  • You think that your father, what was he like?

  • What kind of guy was he?

  • When your father is a farmer, you don't see him.

  • He leaves this morning at four.

  • He comes home at night eight or 10, seven days a week.

  • When your kids around the house and you're left with you and your wife staring at each other, you've soon find lots of things to fight about.

  • I remember you coming home when I was a kid.

  • It was just a big deal when you came home, but you were coming home at night seven or eight.

  • It would be.

  • Just add a little bit time and then off to bed, right?

  • Yeah, maybe a little dinner.

  • So that's that's what happens when you have a serious career going on and you're and you're really can't get around that because you're not.

  • Your time is already sold.

  • And that's the way you were brought up.

  • That's just that was not the same thing.

  • I was not like it was I didn't feel negligent or derelict.

  • So when I was seven, you ended up moving to a different place.

  • Yes.

  • Well, I used to go back to that to the divorce day.

  • What do you remember about that time leaving a what kinds of things?

  • I I don't think about that anymore.

  • Okay?

  • It was very complicated.

  • Extremely right.

  • It's very complicated.

  • There's a lot of hard work by stressing everybody.

  • Yeah, it was.

  • It was something I always come back to.

  • That time always comes back to me.

  • I'm trying now to not do that anymore.

  • Just to not have that defined me.

  • That's 40 years ago.

  • I know.

  • Nobody wants to live with their past forever.

  • Come to shovel over your shoulder.

  • Um, I just wanna say thanks, Dad, for being my dad.

  • Um, I love you very much.

  • Really Pretty easy.

  • Good.

  • You happy?

  • Yeah.

  • Give me hope.

  • Thanks, Bob.

  • Yeah.

  • Mhm.

  • Mhm.

  • Mm hmm.

There's always something in your history that you can look back on and get a message from.

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THE STORY OF MY DAD - THE CONVERSATION WE WOULD ALL LOVE TO HAVE WITH OUR FATHER | TRAILER

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/07
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