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So I asked a bunch of you what question you would want to ask your father, or something you appreciated about your pops. Ironically many of the responses came from people whose fathers had passed away.
I realized that sometimes it’s not until we have lost someone that we start to reflect on the things we really felt or wanted to say.
Some of us have great dads, while others of us have gaping wounds.
So then, what does it mean to give a “gift” to our fathers? Does it symbolize something deeper than just another obligatory, consumeristic holiday?
Tune in for a few minutes as my dad and I discuss, and then let us know your thoughts!
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Oh, and here are a few responses from y’all about your fathers:
From my heart,
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