Keep an Open Mind, But…
By David Chadwick

My dad always encouraged me to have an open mind. He wanted me to be a lifelong learner. He knew that the best leaders were readers.

But as dad adjured me to have an open mind, he also added one qualifier. “Son,” he said, “keep an open mind, but don’t let your brains fall out.”

Dad knew that an open mind needed to be rooted in immutable truth. An open mind needs moral boundaries, or it can become vulnerable to licentiousness.

Fathers need to help their kids learn new facts and old morals.

Balancing both produces healthy kids.


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