Photo 1: The Assyrian King, Sargon II, right, speaks to his son, the Crown Prince Senaccharib. Circa 710 B.C. Warriors both, still there is a tenderness between them. Cour Khorsabad, Louvre.
Photo 2: My brother, Mitch, shares a tender moment with my nephew, Nolan. Circa 2011 A.D. Lake Tahoe, California.
Dialogues – either spoken or unspoken – occur between both sets of fathers and sons.
This trusting and necessary partnership transcends the ages. Every child deserves this.
May it be so.
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