20 June 2009

Happy Father's Day


Three-out-of-four (75%) American adults say being a father is the most important role a man can fill in today’s world.

3 comments:

Pam Walter said...

So why do so many of them drop the ball? www.satisfiedsole.com

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Excellent question Pam. That's a whole book in itself. Speaking of which, I'd highly recommend this title for those seeking some answers:

"Fatherless America: Confronting Our Most Urgent Social Problem" by David Blankenhorn

Lack of commitment, a society obsessed with youth lures many "men" into a state of perpetual adolescence and much of the current problems are simply the reaping of the 60's radicalism. Brace yourself, there's more on the way.

Anonymous said...

This song seems to follow the same progression and key as "When Leaves Are Falling" by a band called Upland Express.