The Fathers Mandate Part 3 of 8
From Growing Kids God’s Way
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3. A father must understand and respect his child’s private world.
Public World – What people see and hear when you are out and about in a public setting. The things that can be seen by strangers on the street.
Personal World – The world where your closest friends and family commonly see and hear things you that are never shown in public.
Private World – This is on the inside. People have to be invited in to see what is in here.
Open window phenomenon – Its when your child invites you into their private world. It can come when walking or at bedtime. Be careful because you never know when the open window will come.
I have already covered the following:
1. A father must cultivate a sense of family identity.
Riley’s birthday trip
2. A father must regularly demonstrate love to his wife.
In the coming weeks I will share ideas to help dads fulfill the remaining mandates
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.
Pretty much looks the same on the outside, but on the inside:
Duel processor promises to give better performance
Two Antennas for better reception
Upgraded Camera to 8 megapixels with improved optics including an added lense
Voice activated search and response from Siri
“The Defense IA Security Accreditation Working Group (DSAWG), which is the DoD approval body for Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs), determined that iOS devices should not be deployed in the DoD at this time due to unmitigated iOS device security risks. Therefore the DSAWG directed the draft iPhone/iPad STIG be removed from the IASE web site.” Source
- Attached to USB for charging and data transfer – moving pictures from your phone to your PC or Mac
- They act just like Thumb drives Remember Stuxnet? The attack on Iranian nuclear facilities.
- Small keyboard make fro more mistakes typing. How many times have you had to apologize for an auto correction done by your phone?
- Browsers are less sophisticated and do not give indications of insecure content.
Convenience comes at a price. The easier it is for the user to do the wrong thing, the easier it is for hackers slip into you phone and then into your network at home or in the office.
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