Tag: daughters

  • Allow them to learn

    Allow them to learn

    Sometimes, out of concern, we try to protect those we care about from mistakes that they are inclined to make. We become the buffer between their bad decisions and the consequences thereof, so that they don’t find themselves in harm’s way. This show of concern or compassion is good, as long as it doesn’t become […]

  • Claim your humanness

    Claim your humanness

    My daughter looked quite distressed when she asked me this question over the weekend. “What drives people to be so cruel to animals, like skinning them alive, or abusing them for profits?” The first thought that came to mind was this. We only lose our humanity when we feel less than human. The truth is, […]

  • Old School Modesty

    I’ve never been one to mince my words when it comes to sharing my perspectives on morality, respect, and simple values that I believe makes life wholesome and dignified. The amount of pandering to political correctness these days is sickening. Fair enough to say that to each their own, but when that perspective suddenly becomes […]

  • Parenting Gone Wrong

    This is an interaction I had with someone on my Tumblr blog. It touches on the destructive relationships that some parents have with their children. It’s something quite close to home for me, so I thought I’d share it here as well. The content that is bold is my opinion that I shared on the […]

  • HI. Not sure how to phrase this question, but, how has having daughters changed your life? How has the experience of raising them changed you?

    Hey…Aslm. 🙂 Having daughters has been quite a blessing and a struggle. My circumstances have caused a significant strain in my relationship with both of them, but that’s not due to any fault on their part. I’m forced to take my life more seriously since having them, and being inherently responsible (painfully so at times), […]

  • To my daughters…

    cynicallyjaded: I pray that you never will understand some of what I’m going through, some of what I feel, or some of what I think…because to understand you would need to experience what I’ve experienced. And I wouldn’t want you to feel the pain and the anguish that I’ve felt that made me feel, see […]

  • When you have a son you worry about 1 penis, when you have a daughter you worry about them all. Raven’s Wings