Loving Action (Father’s Day)

Being around is not the same as being present. Love, if it is not some hollow sentiment, is inextricably tied to duty. Love is a promise that requires action in order to be demonstrated, proven, and fulfilled. Love’s claim is a debt owed. It is a pledge of time, both in quantity and quality. It … Continue reading Loving Action (Father’s Day)

Who Will You Be (When the Curtain Falls)?

Knowing who you want to be is more important than knowing what you want to be. Fatherhood is a challenge, not in the sense that it is challenging, as in difficult. That is a given. All work that matters is difficult. More so and more importantly, it is a challenge to who we think we … Continue reading Who Will You Be (When the Curtain Falls)?