The Epigenetic Revolution: How Experience Affects Our DNA

“There’s a quote in Ezekiel, ‘The fathers ate sour grapes, and the children’s teeth were set on edge.’ So, the Jewish culture and religion has understood that children bear the burden of their parents’ legacy. Fair or unfair, it’s a fact. It’s a cultural fact. It’s a biological fact. Everyone is born with a unique set of genes. The task is to refine from these traits the best self that we can have and not get distracted by the traits that are weaker; build up the traits that are stronger. We all have the same job to do.” [Read Article]