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Dynamic, exciting, and on fire for life Denise L. Cook, known as The ORACLE, brings insight to the internet. Her new show, The ORACLE Speaks, is a call in radio show. Inspired by the ORACLE's writing and motivated by your input. Whatever the subject, The ORACLE brings knowledge and a personal understanding to the table and leaves you feeling as if you have been hugged from the inside out

This Week's Theme: Happy Father's Day!

 

Happy Father's Day to all the Dad's and Dad-Moms who give unconditionally and tirelessly that their daughters and sons may be happy. that's all a Father ever really wants, is to be able to provide and protect his family.

 

My Father did that and more. He gave me so much; so many lessons. I would sit for hours and talk with my Dad. I learned balance in life, I learned discernment, I learned compassion, I learned how to learn.

 

I learned so much at the foot and know and side by side my Dad. G-D blessed me, claimed me as a special chosen one and sent me my Dad to help balance the madness of my childhood.  Daddy kept it real on such an intelligent level. He fed my mind as well as my heart.

 

Thank you Daddy. Because you expected excellence and respect, I am the person I am today. Because you demanded that I do my best, whatever that best may be, I am the person that I am today. Because you showed me how to smile and laugh and forge through defeat, shame and guilt, and to humbly embrace joy, happiness, success and accomplishment I am the person that I am today.

 

Thank you Daddy, I shall always love you and I carry you with me daily in my heart and listening to your voice of reason in my inner ear, and witnessing your example via my third eye's mind.

 

I love you Daddy.

 

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