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My father died twenty-nine years ago. He was seventy-three years old when he died.  I was twenty-nine. This year I pass the half-way point of having my father in my life. From now on, he will have been physically absent from my life for more years than he was present.

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It is the most difficult job I have ever done. I was desperately ill-equipped to take on the role. I was constitutionally unqualified to fulfill the essential tasks of the occupation.

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Jason Moorehead at Filmwell expresses beautifully one of the things that makes The Tree of Life such a powerful film for me: http://theotherjournal.com/filmwell/2011/08/27/experiencing-the-tree-of-life-as-a-father/

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