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Example of a Bar Mitzvah Toast

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Read this true-life example below. In this toast, we touched upon the Fifth Commandment, which was her son's Haftorah portion.

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Bar Mitzvah Toast Example

Dearest Micah,

As your parents, we couldn't possibly be more proud of a son than we are of you, today. And that's a tall order, because we're proud of you -- and all that you are -- EVERYDAY. In short, from our viewpoint, you have always been a "good boy."

But today, dear son, your intelligence, your sensitivity, your eloquence, your devotion to family, your respect for tradition, your loving nature - all these qualities and traits, so important in life, shine even brighter than ever.

Son, we see such wonderful qualities in you. The easy way in which you make good friends, and ARE a good friend over the long term. How you take your school work seriously and responsibly, not only getting excellent grades but taking the time to really learn in the process. And maybe most important of all, in terms of determining character, the way you stand tall and protect your brothers, Ira and Sheldon.
It makes our hearts sing, Micah, and we want you and everyone here to know exactly how we feel.

We sincerely thank all of our family and friends and fellow congregants who joined us here today, to witness and celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of Micah. This is indeed a joyous and emotional occasion for our family. Micah, you spoke so beautifully about the Fifth Commandment, Thou shalt honor thy father and thy mother as the Lord commandeth thee.

Believe us when we say that Micah honors us in every way imaginable. And we couldn't be prouder or more filled with love, admiration and respect for this most worthy young man.

Indeed, as we said right up front, Micah has always been a "good boy." But now, we realize, that's no longer the case. As of today, as a Bar Mitzvah, our son has ascended to that place beyond boyhood. And we have no doubt that going forward, into a life which we hope and pray will be filled with satisfaction and joy and health and peace, Micah, will always be a good man.

We love you, dear son. With all our heart and all our soul.

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