I named you after your father. He’s a righteous man. A proud man. He’s. He’s scared of being a failure and not being a father to his second set of kids. I named you after his father. He was a proud man. A successful man. A renaissance. He. He was never a father. I named you after these men for tradition. That’s how you got the junior at the end of your name. Never forget. Write Jr. at the end of your name every time. Your dead father still gets bills. They never stop sending bills. They. Never stop. And when you name your son. Name him not after your grandfather. Or your father. But after you. Give him hope and courage. I know you haven’t always been a great man. But you were built from greatness. Learned from mistakes. And name your son under your tutelage.