As I walked to the market this morning, I saw a familiar face of my good friend. Each of us was surprised – but that was a good surprise. We haven’t seen each other for a long time. The initial quick shopping turned into an hour of fun chatting and updates.
He is a family man who will risk everything to protect his family. He is also a good friend who will check on us every now and then.
Life has taught him many valuable lessons and he wants to make sure that his children learn from his life – as well as us, his younger fellows. He has the advice that we need – without being bossy or giving the direction. By doing so, he gives his children options to think through and measuring the consequences of each option.
May God bless you and your family, Paul.