“You pass on who you are more than what you know you want to be the whole, the most whole, healed, healthy in every sense of the word, man that you can pass on.”
The pain of our past has stolen our FREEDOM and we are looking through the little rearview mirror and over our shoulder at what should be behind us. The windshield of your life needs to be so much BIGGER than the rearview mirror… Experience the healing that your Heavenly Father wants for you.
“You know, Martin Luther King said rioting, rioting comes as the voice of the unheard. And, you know, if your kids are trying to share with you and you’re not listening, you’re too busy. They’re rioting.”
Please turn toward your heart, please. The more you’re able to do that with you, the more you can do that with your wife and especially your kids. Your heart is the most important part of who you are, and that includes your deep feelings of thought willing and emotion coalescing in the heart. And so to be to be a man of heart, I think, is what I would what I would call dads to above all else.
“Life is stretching and what we need to do is own that that is true and not live in an illusion that life is not that. So life is stretching. If we stayed here, there would be elements that would be stretching about that. If we go, that’s going to be stretching and maybe even be more stretching. But the reality is life is stretching.”
One thing I learned is you can’t just set the goal, like you got to reverse engineer it and figure out what are the daily habits that are going to get you to those goals. And that’s where the magic happens. That’s where the hard work habits. And that really is the key to going after those goals.
dadAWESOME day is a decision day. It’s a declaration day that this coming year is going to include a decision to become more dadAWESOME. It’s the first day of your dad year and we are offering four options for adding specific intentionality to your dad life.
Every move we make, every risk we take sets the stage for someone else. Your brave is someone else’s breakthrough.
We don’t just have a heavenly father that parents us. We have a heavenly father who fathers us.
“I look at the Holy Spirit not as a dove, but as a sharp elbow. And, you know, and our job is to keep tender ribs so that we feel the nudge of that sharp elbow.”