I want our young fathers to experience less struggle and make it further in life through fatherly advice. I've been both the boy who had, and did not have his father around at vital points in his life. There are plenty of men making strong attempts to be good fathers but they are clueless on many issues because they have not experienced life with a father of their own. Ideals like intestinal fortitude, integrity, honor and delayed gratification have to be taught, then reemphasized to all young men. There are bonds fathers and sons share, but in instances where the father isn't around these facts of manhood must be passed from one man to another; It is our duty, our debt to our society, as real men. In order to raise strong young men we must start by Raising Real Fathers.