As I’ve watched my son grow from infant to toddler, from teenager to adult, I’ve often reflected on fatherhood as an experience without end. In Buddhism, the idea of Long Enduring Mind suggests committing to something we cannot control or understand. Before I became a father, I lived in a world of choice, where change was always a breath away. When my son entered my life, I realized that no matter what happened, I would always be his father. My thoughts on this are up on The Good Men Project.