The King and I

Author:
Max Jeganathan
Date:
May 29, 2023
Type:

Max Jeganathan reflects on some differences between King Charles III and himself, but notes that no matter the home one might live in, it is the relationships with others within the walls that are important.

"Charles presides as head of state over 14 countries. I preside – happily I might add – over the dishes, taking out the garbage and mowing the lawn.

However, perhaps our similarities run deeper than our differences. We’re both husbands. We’re both fathers. We both have friends. And we both deeply value – and sometimes struggle with – the people in our lives." 

https://www.publicchristianity.org/the-king-and-i/

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