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day 87 - Fresno, CA - off - 12/6

(for the first time in his life, the Son bathes with his Father)

Father: there's no shame in a man bathing with his son

Son: . . .

Father: let that hot water soothe the spirit. this life will only become more difficult for you.

Son: . . .

Father: a man suffers . . .

Father: a man suffers . . . often times, for no reason.

Son: . . .

Father: there's no shame in a man bathing with his son

Son: may I have the soap?

(the Father hands the soap to his Son)

Father: that's right, get a good lather. a clean body is never guilty of too much.

(the Son gets a good lather)

Father: it is now Autumn. a good season to shed all of your wrong-doings. start afresh. is there anything you want to tell me?

Son: . . .

Father: there is no shame in a man bathing with his son.

(the Son notices that some of his Father's toenails are wider than they are long)

(the Son washes his feet)

Father: there does not exist a love as difficult as the love between . . .

Son: may I have the shampoo?

(the Father hands his Son the shampoo)

Father: I was once a fearful boy.

(the Son stares at his feet as he shampoos his hair)

Father: say it with me: "there is no shame in a man bathing with his son"

Father and Son (in unison): there is no shame in a man bathing with his son.

*end*

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