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No father is perfect except the Father of all fathers. Looking and waiting for one who is perfect is an exercise in futility. Most fathers know this fact but courageously embrace the incredible responsibility of fatherhood, doing their best with what they have. It is in this spirit that unreserved honor must be given to all fathers and men who shun excuses, model maturity, and aspire to be better.

What are some practical ways to honor courageous fathers/father-figures?