Dad’s true task is not knowing about coffee

Dad! Are you home? Is anybody here? No. Dad is out to lunch. And he should be. His job is elsewhere because his fundamental value to the family is maintaining the connection to elsewhere.

Even if he’s a good guy, his world is not shown in this image. He’s offstage, elsewhere and invisible. He’s keeping abreast ongoing patriarchal activities and is slightly present with his ear cocked for other messages. He must not lose his focus or forget obligations to the image that he embodies.

Sometimes a man stands up during supper and walks outdoors, and keeps on walking, because of a church that stands somewhere in the East. And his children says blessings on him as if he were dead.

And another man, who remains inside his own house, dies there, inside the dishes and in the glasses, so that his children have to go far out into the world towards that same church, which he forgot.

How about mummy? Well, Dad is not blamed for loading extra burdens onto mothers. We need to ask where Dad might be when he’s “not at home.”

Here, this Dad found an anchor in actual projects and is busy building A-Z smart tools used for building an insane lucrative biz.

2 thoughts on “Dad’s true task is not knowing about coffee

  1. I personally don’t have an issue with Daddy being ‘gone’ as long as he is not an absent parent. As long as he remembers the one true reason why he does what he does, and has to be away. As a Mum who is constantly on the go, I try to maximize the time i do have with my family when I am home. I carry them with me as a reminder of why I have to be away, but in the end, NONE of this matters if I am gone so much I might as well not be there, or I am not present and engaged when around. Thanks for sharing, shows a different perspective 😉


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