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In many ways, and for many reasons, Fatherhood transcends the boundaries of geography, ethnicity, religion, language, culture, politics, class, and economics.   Men who are Fathers from all Walks of Life throughout our Global Village experience the joys and challenges of raising children as they discover that a magic formula for positively shaping the minds and souls of our children -- our future -- our bridge to the future -- simply does not exist.   No one has come to Fathers, tapped them on the shoulder, and said, "Hey, to become a successful parent and have happy, well-adjusted children who will mature into productive and successful adults, you need to do 'x, y, and z'."  In most instances, Fathers have to figure it out all by themselves. 

Yet, Fathers in our cities, villages, rural districts, townships, suburbs, and hamlets around the world collectively and, in some instances, under the most difficult set of circumstances go about the business of developing and…