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Chaim Potok's The Chosen From the publication The Chosen, by Chaim Potok, Reuven Malter is formed by everyone about him. During this interaction his personality gets more developed and engaging. Through the connections, it will become evident that Reuven's father is always teaching his kid the way to enhance himself. The discussions between Reuven and his dad help prepare Reuven develop the mentality and the personal possessions, such as wisdom, compassion, and tolerance, necessary to become a rabbi. In all of their conversations, Mr. Malter seeks to maneuver his moral wisdom on Reuven. At the start of the publication, after Reuven will not hear Danny's Writer, his father visits him at the hospital to discuss his ignorance: ```You did a silly thing, Reuven, ''' he explained [Reuven] sternly. 'You recall what the Talmud says. If a person arrives to plead for having hurt you, then you must listen to and forgive him''' (96). Reuven's dad teaches him about implementing the Talmud to his everyday life and about becoming a better individual. Following Reuven and Danny begin to become buddies, Reuven starts to examine the baseball match in retrospective. He tells his dad he's shocked how such a powerful friendship could emerge from this type of moot event. His dad responds, ```Reuven, as you grow older you will find that the main things that will happen for you will often arrive as a result of absurd things, as you call them&'ordinary things' is a better expression. That is the way in which the world is''' (110). Mr. Malter shares his knowledge of Jewish morals and way of existence with Reuven so he might pass his knowledge on to his kids, or perhaps his future followers. Mr. Malter tries to pass more wisdom to Reuven since the.