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Father’s Day isn’t always about the living

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In honor of Father’s Day, I pass along this simple yet powerful piece from the Outlook section in today’s Washington Post: it is one more reminder of the rich diversity that continues to make America a great place. Jeahoon Ahn, director of the Korean-language service with Radio Free Asia, recalls his father’s death and an unfulfilled wish.

If you can, hug your dad today and tell him that you love him.

Author: Sean

I am Sean, a writer/PR guy originally from the Rural South who grew up and settled down in Washington, D.C. My interests include local politics, Eastern philosophy, languages and reality television.

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