The Week That Came And Went . . .

Commentary:

It seems as though there are some differences among some folks about what I meant by titling my last book as I did. Let me explain. From a male perspective, I believe that a man’s work is truly never done. I have not said so to belittle women or to downplay the enormous contribution they make to our world. On the contrary, women work as hard if not harder across the board than men in my humble point of view. They work at a job, they look after us and they raise families, often alone even if a man is about. So it’s not that.What I recognize is the role that men play in the big picture. The research continues to prove that men play a particular part in the family structure and in society that women don’t or can’t. Visit the CCRC website to gauge the true value of fathers. Men teach their sons how to be male and what that means in terms of responsibility. Young men look to their fathers for guidance around managing their emotions appropriately and how to be respectful of women. We are seen as role models for our sons and daughters but more so for our sons. We have information to provide them and they listen when we express ourselves with passion but also with care in our hearts for others. They pay attention to how we manage our anger and how we manage our relationships both in the home and in public. What does a father teach his son at a hockey game when he is yelling at the refs and gets into a punch up in the stands with another kids father?  NOT  MUCH. Our sons look to us as guides who set boundaries when they get a bit older. But the biggest thing is that we encourage our sons to pass along the knowledge they have received and the discoveries they have made for themselves to their sons and they encourage their sons to do the same. That’s how it’s done. SO–a man’s work is never done it keeps going on forever.

I hope this clears that up some.

All the best, Jim

Truth Talkin’ Thursday:

Check Jane and I as we discuss the mistakes that people make when trying to make decisions for themselves. Many folks struggle with this-we’ll suggest a couple of things that might make it a better experience. Look for T.T.T. on U-tube or in your web email box.

A Forward Thinking Program:

Just putting the finishing touches on it and then we will begin the process of getting folks to comment on it. If you are interested in having us come to a meeting or a club function to discuss this vitally important as speakers and presenters we’d be pleased to make that happen. It’s all new and coming to a school near you. Contact information at the end of this newsletter–with thanks.

My Music Choice For The Week:

There is no end to this man’s skill and talent. He writes beautiful love songs and proves that they are not gone and forgotten (to play just double click on the rose)–Enjoy

Comments and questions will find me at jimcloughley.com   OR   jim.lifechoice@gmail.com

Please pass this along to family and friends, all the best, and thanks for stopping by.

 

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