Father’s Day Special
I honestly don’t think that we give men enough credit.
Father’s Day is one day of the year in which we take the time to appreciate the men in our lives and their contributions. Today, we take the time to appreciate not just the fathers in the world, but the men that have gone out to support their spouses every day. The men that continuously persevere despite being told “No” repeatedly.
It takes true strength in order to continue to work through disparity. The amount of pressure a man has to provide for his wife and child is unimaginable. He is constantly mindful of how he is viewed by his peers and compares his success to others of his gender. He may not be perfect, but he continues to work harder to get to his vision of perfection. He tries his best.
This world is full of men like those that are described. They may very well not be a father, but they are an inspiration to other young men. They have admirable values, and continue to progress despite turbulent circumstances. Their influence is seen far and wide, in history books and in recent times. We see them everyday.
Whether he is the man that makes your coffee at your local cafe, or the CEO of a fortune 500 company, men make a difference and impact us daily. They teach us about strength, pride, success, failures, and how to learn from them. They help us become better versions of ourselves. They are authors, leaders, philosophers, friends, brothers, uncles, and sons. The role they play in our lives are not defined by the positions they play in society, but by the impact on any individual.
A man is not entirely perfect. Which is why we can all marvel at our own imperfections, our own flaws. A man learns at an early time in his life his limitations. However, instead of this making him feel insignificant, he takes it and turns it into strength. He may have a rough start at life, but ultimately, any man may become a master of his own life.
May the men in our lives celebrate their successes and failures on this day. And may the rest of us not of the male gender, let them.
Mommy Outlaw Antoinette
7/20/2020 11:30:41 am
Love the website. This is very beautiful Rosie, God Bless You. Looking forward to what's next. Love your family.
7/20/2020 06:45:23 pm
Thank you Mrs. Outlaw. I'm glad you enjoyed.
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Yaritza Ellison has been an nurse since 2010. She has been essential to the healing process of many and seeks to continue to do so. Her passion for mental health and self help literature has lead her to launch justyari.org, where she aspires to coach young ladies navigating through work-life balance.
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