A few questions about how you define “perfect” this Father’s Day.
Is the Perfect Job the one that pays you all the money you ever wanted and gets you all of the accolades you deserve for being the best at what you do?
Is the Perfect Job the one that gives you all of the time you ever wanted with your kids and gets you all of their respect for being the best dad?
Is the Perfect House the one that impresses your friends and colleagues and makes you feel like you accomplished something with your life?
Is the Perfect House the one that you fill with memories of time spent with your kids and makes them feel like you love them with your life?
Is the Perfect Father’s Day the one where you get to do everything you want and check out on fatherhood for the day as you escape into your fortress of solitude?
Is the Perfect Father’s Day the one where you give everything you have and check out what your kids love to do as you escape the shallow definition of fatherhood our culture has given us?
I challenge you to redefine “perfect” this Father’s Day. Because after all, perfect, like most things in life, is a matter of perspective.