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Dads Rise to be Fathers when they become Beacons of Divine Light

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Join us in celebrating the Best of What Father KNOWS... his love for you and your having a bright future. This underscores the drive of fathers to be the family provider and stable ground for family life.

But more powerfully all the sacrifices a father makes for his family in enduring work is to provide for his family that is an act of his love for you.

Spiritually speaking this love flows from his Higher SELF and it essentially knows no beginning or end. A father's strenght is felt as a hand behind us supporting us as we attempt to reach out of our infancy into a world in which we will find our way to express our talents with integrity and skill proficiency. This becomes a dad's great pride and joy, yes?

It has always been an eternal given.  Father has the strength of holding a vigil that acts as a beacon to our Goodness and best is yet to be. This vision is felt as an encouragement in our Heart of Hearts and gives us endurance to persevere through our troubled waters of confusion.  

Let's talk about dads and their root of strength which flows from being the Spiritual male thrust of being a Creator Being possesed of projective power to create, support, and vigil for 'the best yet to be' as any creation unfolds.

Lovely, too, is how the earthly role of dad is most poignantly understood when we realize how dad below becomes this best when modeling Father Who is our Creator Above as the mentor of all Father energy and roles. 

The story of the Prodigal Son gives us powerful insight into the power, stability, enduring Love and vigilance of a father In waiting for the best yet to be for their children/creations coming into being.  Will Gable and Sharon Quinn

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