In zealous agreement

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Scott Addington writes, “As is often the case, my purpose became clearly evident after I had stopped looking for it. On October 11, 1995, my daughter was born. Beginning with that moment, there has never been the slightest doubt regarding the purpose and source of meaning in my life. Being a father is the most meaningful and rewarding pursuit a man could ever hope to experience.”

~ David Brooks, Hearts Broken Open


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  1. So powerful. I have doubted many things, but never my father’s love. Happy Father’s Day, DK!

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  2. Father’s Day is hard for me–full of all the things my father was not. LIke a lot of holidays, I have to grit my teeth and look away.

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  3. Reblogged this on On the Homefront and commented:
    I am sure all you fathers out there agree……

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  4. Happy Father’s Day!

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  5. Happy Father’s Day my friend…

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  6. Happy Father’s Day, David!

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  7. Lucky children, with a father like that 🙂

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  8. yes. and happy father’s day to you, dk –

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  9. Wonderful. Happy Father’s Day, David.

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  10. Happy Father’s Day…to someone whom I know is an extraordinary dad. 🙂

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  11. This is bloody awesome

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  12. Happy Father’s Day!!

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