1. A father must cultivate a sense of family identity. (Review)
– Be proud of your family – as Mr Ezzo said be the cheer leader (We are the Osbornes and we…) Rise above the level of mediocrity!
I added a couple of blog posts this week. One related to Cub Scout activities this past weekend. Our oldest two boys got to shoot BB Guns, Bow and Arrows, and Sling Shots.
Make sure your activities are in line with your family goals and values. Do you have them written down? Are your goals Simple, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, TRUTH based?
What education method makes your family unique: Public, private or home school?
2. A father must regularly demonstrate love to his wife.
Mr. Ezzo says, “If you really love your children then give them the gift of confidence and security. Show them how much you love their mom.”
In Episode 4 I talked about the importance of Dating and Couch Time.
In the coming weeks I will share ideas to help dads fulfill the remaining mandates
3. A father must understand and respect his child’s private world.
4. A father must give his children the freedom to fail.
5. A father must be the encourager of the family.
6. A father must guard his tongue and his tone and learn to measure his response against the excitement on their faces.
7. A father must routinely embrace his children.
8. A father must build the trusting relationship on God’s Word, not on human wisdom.
An in-depth perspective on software vulnerabilities and exploits, malicious code threats, and potentially unwanted software in the first half of 2011.
45% – User Interaction Required
26% – Autorun of USB or network files
What you can do.
- Be smart.
- Implement strong passwords and Patch your systems. There are patches for your OS, Browsers (IE, FireFox, Safari, Chrome) Aplciaitons (Adobe flash, reader, etc), iTunes, Qiucktime, MS Office.
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Technology Safety is more about Behavior than the Technology!