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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Jewish Childrearing Related Questions (12/12)
Section - Question 21.7.6: B'nai Mitzvah: I need to speak at my child's bar/bat mitzvah? What do I say?

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   One approach to the parent's speech is to use quotations from the
   Tanakh or the Talmud, or other Jewish sources. The best speech,
   however, is one that is simple and from the heart, and is to your
   child, not to the audience.

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