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a biological father in a childs life is very highly underestimated. Children may benefit from a sustitute parental father figure, yes, but one can never duplicate or replace a biological parent. The role they play in their childrens lives is equally as important as the role the mother plays.

posted by SincerityAnna on November 18, 2004 at 1:11 PM | link to this | reply

As Dad goes, so goes the family.

Without our father, we are weak links, dependents upon the masses, burdens to the world.  Without the example of father, we have no hope for making ourselves a shining beakon of virtue by leading others into the ways of prosperity and strength, forging the paths made by the sheer force and determination of our strong man, our champion, our hero -- he who shows the world our muscle, demonstrates to all his children destined to follow in his footsteps, "You are the product of my achievements. You possess my strengths as your birthright."  And without you, Dad, we grope in the dark for an invisible savior, but with you, our security is set, as the concrete foundation upon which a house is built.

posted by TARZANA on November 4, 2004 at 9:08 AM | link to this | reply

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