This is a photo of me with my daughter Tatjana and my granddaughter Miriam. The photograph was taken in 2003. I've got one daughter, who was born on 8th August 1964 in Bratislava. Her name is Tatjana. She's divorced. When she was little, she attended daycare from the age of one year, and then preschool. She liked going to preschool very much, she loved the teachers there. She graduated from construction tech school, and then started taking civil engineering, which she left and never finished. She went to Canada for some time, and when she returned she didn't continue her studies. So she's got an incomplete university degree. An education couldn't have been that important to her, if she left university. I didn't have any conflicts with her over it. The way I looked at it was that it was her decision. Today she works at the University of Management [City University in Bratislava]. I see my granddaughter Miriam almost every day. You could also say that now I see her a little less, the older she gets. She's got a lot of schoolwork, responsibilities, and goes dancing. Before, when she was smaller, she used to sleep over here often, and we also used to go to all sorts of events together. Now she's already a teenager. I never had any conflicts with my daughter over Judaism. Not at all. If anything, she accuses me of spoiling my granddaughter, but that's probably normal.