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It is not accidental that the Greek word for education, paideia, refers strictly to the rearing of a child (paidi). If in order for a healthy person to grow agape needs to be omnipresent, then magic words for a son who is also a... sun, are nothing but a purely philadelphic model of sustainable paternal harmony. Dr. Maria Hnaraki, Director of Greek Studies-Drexel University To write "Magic Always Happens: My Daddy Loves Me!" Neophytos (Neo) Papaneophytou drew from his experiences raising his son. Seeing every day as a blessing, Neo and son find joy in all their daily activities, especially when their two-year-old dog joins in! In "Magic Always Happens: My Daddy Loves Me!" a father and son develop a bond just from living out their daily routine-from waking, making breakfast, walking to school, doing homework, making dinner, to getting ready for bed. Hidden in those seemingly mundane tasks are the magical moments of their day. While Neo was born and raised on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus-a world away from his son s upbringing in the New York metropolis, his experience reflected in "Magic Always Happens: My Daddy Loves Me!" shows the impermeable bond between father and son spending time together, wherever in the world that may be.