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Fatherhood Part. 1


Fatherhood Part. 1

“Being a Father Series”


Fatherhood is a hard, but it can be an easy task. Full acceptance of its responsibility is what must first occur before a man can even label his self a father. You can’t go into it not sure, if you’re not ready then you’ll leave an innocent child vulnerable to suffer your lack of awareness and presence in this wicked world alone, with no instructions passed down from you the father to your child, and let’s be completely honest, in our neighborhoods or tax brackets, most cases of Momma’s baby daddy’s maybe, the child will not be born with a silver spoon in their mouth, therefore being used to not having a complete structure will be their first impression of life. So Kings, know that fatherhood starts the minute you connect your spirit with that significant other. Being fully aware of the risks that you’re taking, starting with planting a seed during intercourse with that woman. It’s unfathomable how some men will have unprotected sex with a woman whether it’s in a relationship, steady or random, then they’ll get amnesia when they receive that phone call from her that she’s pregnant. If you’re going to have sex unprotected, then have it with a mindset that’s prepared to produce with that particular woman and feed your curiosity with all the to do’s and do not’s of fatherhood, so that you can adapt quickly to being a father if you receive that call. Can’t be blinded by fatherhood my Kings, protect the bloodline of your Kingdom.


Till next time on Being a Father…


Fatherhood… The Being a Father Series


A: Marvelous Thought By: Marvel


“Fatherhood” was A Marvelous Thought by: Marvel Saffold from his upcoming book “Being a Father” © Copyright Marlevous Thoughts 2014, All Rights Reserved.



I'm Marvel Saffold, I'm a Witblogger out of Riviera Beach, FL. I'm also a Rapper, many years ago I wasn't aware of the power of literature. Specially my literature, until I started exploiting writing in different format--from music to poetry. Having made that transition--I even surprised myself many of times. The real kicker is I tasted the power prior--in the 9th Grade. I will forever love Ms. Saunders, my English Teacher at William T. Dwyer; because it was then, in her Class that I started mastering writing literature. Years later I'm finally realizing how much of an influence Her Class had in my writing process even in music. I found myself using all that I've learned from Ms. Saunders. I love writing no matter what it is.

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