Posted on June 17, 2018. Filed under: Multiple Birth, Quadruplets, quintuplets, raising multiples, Triplets, Twins, Uncategorized | Tags: fatherhood, Forgiveness, Hayden Carruth, Loving your child, Loving your children, on becoming a father, Testament |
How becoming a father taught me how to be a son
In that empty operating room, I came to understand that nothing in my daughter’s life would impact her more than the quality of my love
Published June 17, 2018, The Globe and Mail
Mark Sakamoto is the author of Forgiveness, which won CBC’s Canada Reads.
Nearing the end of his life, the American poet Hayden Carruth left us a wondrous breadcrumb when he penned, in his poem Testament, that “Now/ I am almost entirely love.”
I remember reading those six words, strung together like a dare. They seemed a million miles away. A foreign country. A Martian land.
What would it feel like to be almost entirely love? How could I possibly reach that destination with all…
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