9 talks for Father’s Day

Xena:

Happy Father’s Day. Thanks for this excellent compilation.

Originally posted on TED Blog:

Steven-Addis-at-TED

Steven Addis shares his father-daughter tradition at TED2012. Photo: James Duncan Davidson

He is a part of you. Whether you are close or not, whether he was a constant part of your life or not, he impacted who you are today. You love him – except maybe when you can’t stand him. For better or worse, he is your dad. Celebrate this Father’s Day with these nine TED Talks about the importance of dads. From what Steve Addis did to maintain his relationship with his daughter to what Adam Garone grew to help dads everywhere, these talks inspire, comfort and remind us just how important a father’s love can be.

[ted_talkteaser id=1606] Adam Garone: Healthier Men, One Moustache At a Time
In his TEDxToronto talk, Adam Garone speaks about how a dare in a bar lead to $126 million for prostate cancer research.
[ted_talkteaser id=1031]Tony Porter: A call to…

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Posted on 06/15/2014, in Potpourri, Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Wonderful!

    Thanks for re-blogging this, Xena. I look forward to listening to the video talks. :)

    Happy Father’s Day!

  2. I hope some of you are catching up if family time has been lost over the years. :)

  3. And, for those who need it, may there be a candle of healing and hope be lighted for you today.

    • Love these! I just wish for all the children to have all of their family members home. I can’t even imagine being a child and worrying every day about my loved one so far from home in such a dangerous situation.

  4. From 2012:

  5. Happy Father’s Day.

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