Here are 5 things I learned reading, The Seven Good Years, By: Etgar Keret
1. Children are incredibly enlightened.
2. Nutrition and physical activity should not be overlooked. Even for a writer.
3. Women can be incredibly unsympathetic to physical pain in men.
4. The ability to sense when others adults need to go to the bathroom might be the funniest skill ever.
5. Being a father is about playing Pastrami with your entire family if they ever need you to. And playing it sometimes just for fun.