Uploaded on 16 June 2013 by Ron Van Dyke Today is Father’s Day in the USA — not sure about the rest of the world. As for me, I know I was not a perfect father. Yes, I made mistakes. There were times I over-reacted, doing things I am not proud of, in retrospect. Some things I was not proud of only seconds after I did them. Such is life. For the most part, I have forgiven myself. Mostly, I was young and inexperienced, lacking the wisdom that comes with age — sometimes. As I look back at the founding of this nation, I must say that I am proud of the forefathers who created the blueprint for this nation. No, they weren’t perfect either; yet they established principles of just and lawful governance, which, if followed, would liberate the world. While I greatly honor and respect the Divine Feminine, I also honor the Divine Masculine. If the world is ever to grow up, we need strong and sensitive males and females working together, cooperating to co-create a world that works for everyone.
Ron Van Dyke – Not All Fathers Are Insensitve Males