Jeremy McKeen writes a timely letter to the world on behalf of his latest child and urges every parent to accept her as their own. We need to listen to him.
Life takes us to places we sometimes don’t understand. But that doesn’t mean we can’t accept it.
A letter from a father to himself (before he was a dad).
Danny writes a letter to Elliot Rodger in hopes that someone else might see themselves in that situation and get the help they need.
Christian Clifton thinks about the impact an absent father had on his life — and finds peace in forgiveness.
Pete Wilson, with a poem to his teenage son whom he hasn’t seen in years.
Gabriel Goldstein sends off his older brother to military service with a moving portrait of their brotherly bond.
This is the letter my dad would have written to his son if he knew what I know now.
D. Alva reminds her son about the differences between real life and virtual life.
Christian Clifton writes his pitch to change the minds of employers.
“Your greatest challenge will be to honor the erotic feelings and desires that will come up inside you while also staying fully present and respectful.” Janis Whitlock, in a letter to her son.
Dan Mac is in his seventh week of fatherhood. And he’s captivated by all of it.
Mark Takano treated a Congressional letter as a student assignment, with hilarious results.
As a father, I have no say in my son’s love life. And that is exactly the way it should be.
“We must devise strategies to keep naming, interpreting, and confronting racism”. Beth Balliro answers a question sent to Steve Locke.
Patrick Canadey, with a letter to his daughter upon her promotion from elementary school.