A father struggles to help his son remember a pet brought much happiness to a family before the sorrow of its passing.
Parents must take many variables into account when explaining a local or world tragedy to children so they don’t frighten young ones.
He would leave the house for work before I woke. He often worked weekends. But work was not why he was a distant father.
We spend our lives looking, chasing, and seeking. For what? For understanding, for knowledge, for joy, for wisdom. Sometimes, it’s right in front of us.
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I attended my brother’s funeral recently. Cancer took him, just as it’s taken other members of my family and just like it tried to take me.