My Dying Father Taught Me Life’s Greatest Lesson: What Do We Have To Be Afraid Of?

Me and my late father, Richard Eisenberg

If you are in the process of losing a parent, or dealing with the illness of a loved one, maybe you will find some comfort from these words.

My dad died on January 10, 2011, of progessive fatty liver disease. The larger picture is he drank only once a year — one glass of wine during the Jewish holiday of Passover — and…

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Joel Eisenberg is an award-winning author, screenwriter, and producer. The Oscar in the profile pic isn’t his but he’s scheming. WGA and Pen America member.

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Joel Eisenberg

Joel Eisenberg

Joel Eisenberg is an award-winning author, screenwriter, and producer. The Oscar in the profile pic isn’t his but he’s scheming. WGA and Pen America member.

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