The New York Times has an article about Nachman Glauber's letter to his parents on the occasion of his marriage.
The young groom took some moments on his wedding day to write a letter thanking his parents for never sparing time or money if he needed, say, a tutor or an eye doctor, and for sending him to yeshiva “to learn your values, religious and worldly, until I reached to this current lucky moment.”
If you can't view the letter at the NYT, you can click here.
Jonathan posted a comment at the end of the article, "I think I am going to write my mother a letter today."
How many of us read the article without coming up with Jonathan's idea?
How many of us got married without coming up with Nachman Glauber's idea?
This morning I posted about a woman who is to receive an award at the State Deparment tomorrow. Michelle Malkin discusses this at the 7' 39 mark in the video below.