Greetings, High Nooners. Andrew Love here.
I wanted to experiment with weekly blogging as a form of communicating how High Noon is evolving via the written word.
The High Noon staff is constantly pondering the delicate balance of communication:
How much is too much???
How much is not enough???
Is there a sweet spot, a perfect equilibrium that we should strive to achieve???
Our passion for what we do can sometimes make us overzealous, so we want to make sure our output is at pace with your desire to hear from us 😊.
If you appreciate this kind of content, please do let me know and I’ll make sure to make more.
I’ve been reflecting on an observation that has been brought to my attention through a recent podcast interview I did with Patrick Erlandson.
In this thought-provoking episode, we discussed the weight of fatherlessness on our society.
It deeply saddened me to hear about the number of families that lack essential parental support, and the profound impact this has on the development of children as they grow.
Broken families contribute to so many of our societies ills – as you probably know.
This prompted me to consider how crucial it is for us to cultivate the necessary skills to become exceptional parents.
And at its very heart and soul, that’s what High Noon is all about.
The foundation for effective parenting lies in first becoming exceptional individuals, and then extending that sense of care and compassion to our spouses.
Yet, none of this is possible if we lack the ability to visualize the kind of person we aspire to be and to develop the habits that support this vision.
It is my sincere hope that we can transform High Noon into a space where individuals can truly see themselves as vital contributors to building a substantial Cheon Il Guk, aligning our efforts with Heavenly Parent.
The more we create a thriving High Noon culture (By practicing the 5 Virtues), the sooner we will see that societal shift take place- thus reversing the trend of families being torn apart.
Are you up for the task?
Want to help us make High Noon culture the societal norm?
I look forward to catching up with you all next week.
That’s it for now. Thank you for reading.