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Fatherhood Part. 7


Fatherhood Part. 7

“Being a Father Series”

Last week was the week of Father’s day and yes, I know a lot of you all have already started taking your fathers or kids fore-granted. As a father, you should take pride in your offspring(s) and enjoy each other either by going to Church or dinner, but most of all the best way to connect is through having conversations. Communicate with your kid or kids, break down the pros and cons of life,make sure your kids are on point because as fathers we are head of the house hold; the castle. So we have to be kings and fight endlessly for our seeds and family. Remember whatever you do in life will help or hurt your cubs so be a lion. Roar when needed. Protect and serve what God has given you and not just on Father’s day but every day.

Being a father is a 24/7 job, even when you’re not around your child your duties are still intact and you must acknowledge that fact . I salute all those men who were and are willing to sacrifice their personal wants and needs so they can provide for their family. That makes you a king more than any amount of money or jewels. It’s about that unconditional love you bring to the table 365 days a year (even on leap year) make that extra day count and I promise you shall be rewarded abundantly. We may not think that our kids are looking up to us, but they are, so be careful of your actions and words because kids really value the time they spend with their fathers.

Till next time on Being a Father…

Fatherhood… The Being a Father Series

A: Marvelous Thought Written By: Marvel

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

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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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