Me & Dad, 1974

I love this stuff. I love to push myself physically. I have discipline to train my body. If I’m not careful though, I will tend to focus too much on it. I’ll let it overwhelm and replace other responsibilities. And things that are way more important get neglected.

For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come. 1 Timothy 4:8

I will bury my father tomorrow. The man who initially trained me in righteousness. I’m thankful for his guiding hand during my formative years. I will treasure and hold dear all he taught me. I will use this standard to raise my daughter. She will be stronger because of it.

Thank you, Dad. I miss you.



One Comment On “Perspective”

  1. Chris, your comments are the bulls eye! That’s life, the legacy you receive and the legacy you give. What a tribute to your father. I am touched.

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