I’ve never met this brother.
I’d like to though.
In 4-minutes, he broke down a struggle that I had known for many, many years.
What he said was not very profound, for it is a story that many of us know so too well.
But it is profound, because he put it together in a poetic way, unleashing the pain, sadness, desire and compassion that only a father on the outside can feel.
Prentice Powell, keep spreading your message man, because brothers like us see every Father’s Day in a unique way.
We also know that our metric of a good father is not defined by our son’s mother, our friends, or the judge in a courtroom, but by that person we see in the mirror. That’s what makes us fight.