Fathers

(From left to right – my dad, his old friend (who is no longer with us) and my older brother. I’m behind the camera. Killarney National Park, Ontario, Canada, 2006)

People may have a different relationship with their father then I do with mine, or, it may actually be quite similar. The comments below can give you a glimpse into my relationship with my father. This can too. I believe it’s important for young men to take time to reflect on the personal relationships they have with others.

Just so you are not confused with the flow of the comment exchange (hope it makes sense), I’ll explain that I was answering a question from Yusef. I then quoted myself from another comment I made on a D&P post, shared it, then went back talking to Yusef. A quoted comment within a comment. They are from an old post of mine.

YusefWateefsays:
April 25, 2015 at 9:51 pm Edit

dcllcdsays:
April 27, 2015 at 1:20 pm Edit

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