i was unemployed and back living with my parents. my dad asked me why i didn't go back to my old career. i let him know i couldn't, that i'd have to find something new. he said, "take your time."
One evening, after midnight in fact, when I returned from my shift-work job and quietly tip-toed around my house looking at my three young children sleeping peacefully in their beds. The feelings which welled up within me, the gratitude, the joy, the implicit responsibility of these being my charges to help, with my wife, to raise into adulthood. I can't think of a memory more precious. And that was many, many years ago.
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