Sometimes some things we think are harmless, like a beautiful pasture, often turn out to be prickly and annoying. Too often, beautiful things can turn out to be dangerous and harmful. Like the deer that wander past the house, they look beautiful and harmless, but in reality they are the cause of serious injury and death to humans.
As a father, I’m always vigilant to danger and constantly on the lookout to protect my family. My biggest fear is humans – not stickers, burrs, or animals. The coyotes that prey in the pastures don’t scare me; I’ve taught my kids to not approach deer; and most of the other animals are rare and pose little risk. But it is the people who appear friendly, but in reality prey on children, they scare me.
The kids have been sleeping with us due to the flu and all the changes lately. Last night my son had a 102° f temperature and was feeling really miserable. About 2am, I rolled over and put my hand on his chest - partly diagnostic, partly to comfort.
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Gary Walter's insight:
This is keeping too many men from acheiving their potential in relationships, fatherhood, and purpose. It is time to cut throught the shame and deal with the addiction.
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The first time I heard Cat Stevens' "On the Road to Find Out" (as a teenager, while watching Harold and Maude with my beloved "Island of Misfit Toys" friends), the song broke me open in that teary-eyed, truth-that-knocks-the-wind-out-of-you way.
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