My Father Left His Piano At The House When He Left…
Being a good father is never a popularity contest. Often, to the contrary, being a good father is to be the bearer of bad tidings. A conduit to the harder realities that lay on the road ahead in life.
Anyway you opt to sugar coat it, being a father is the toughest job you will ever love. I must have read 200 father quotes trying to find my Father’s Day contribution. What I loved about this was the guised love in the experience that Prince conveys. You know his father wasn’t behaving in this fashion to insult his child, he set a gauntlet before Prince, and this genius rose to the occasion. Almost on par with none other.
Life blessed me with a father who walked on water. I have watched others suffer through less than admirable dads. My father was always there when I wanted his advice, always allowing me space to try and fail or succeed on my own terms. My hope for this Father’s Day is that more dads rise to the challenge of being the hands-on parent who models the ideal behavior we expect in our offspring.
Wishing you all a joyous day with dad, remembering dad, or being celebrated as one! The next generation is counting on us to deliver on all fronts!!!
QUESTION OF THE DAY: Did your father use creative ways to motivate you? If so, what did he do?
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My father left his piano at the house when he left, and I wasn’t allowed to play it when he was there because I wasn’t as good as him. So when he left, I was determined to get as good as him, and taught myself how to play music, and just stuck with it, and I did it all the time. – Prince Roger Nelson