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During the game, Danny hits a ball that strikes Reuven in the face, injuring his eye and sending him  to the hospital for surgery. Danny visits Reuven in the hospital and apologizes for hitting him with the  ball. At first, Reuven rejects Danny's apology, but at the urging of his father, he becomes Danny's  friend. Speaking of himself, Danny tells Reuven that he will inherit his father's position, as is common  in the Hasidic tradition, and become a rabbi, but he also admits that he would rather become a  psychologist. Reuven learns that Danny has been raised in virtual silence — the only time Reb  Saunders talks to his son is when they study Talmud together. Danny confesses that studying only the Talmud is boring and that he secretly reads secular books in  the public library. According to Danny, even though Jews have an obligation to obey God, sometimes 
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