My dad was lingering in the final days of his life. He was a fighter but the cancer was extensive. During one of our last bedside chats he was proclaiming his love for our family. He was proud of my brothers; he was proud of me; he was still in love with my mom even after some 65 years. He told me we had a good family.
He was full of love.
I was full of love for him. He was also my pc.
For the last several years of his life I audited my dad. Even after years of being a professional auditor and many special moments in the auditing chair with many different pcs, nothing was quite as special as helping my dad to be more free.
I see parents every day having that experience when they bring their child for a session at Mace Kingsley Family Center. Sometimes they are motivated by needing to handle a situation in the family, but the intention to see their child being more free is the root of that care. They care enough to give their child what will make a true difference in the child’s life… his personal freedom.
“FREEDOM FOR THE CHILD MEANS FREEDOM FOR YOU.” LRH (Child Dianetics, page 8)
During this busy time of the year, take the time to hug and love your family. Tell them how special they are to you. Talk about the common goals of survival you share as a family. Look at how you can help each other to become more free.