Before I became a father it was difficult to understand how I would be able to divide my love between the children I would eventually have. I have two now, they are teenagers, and I love them both more than one hundred percent. There is no division. That is a very difficult concept to explain to anyone who doesn’t have two or more children to love. I think it is just an accepted ability. A parent has to, at some point, consciously accept that they love each of their children completely, and that complete love equals more than half. It equals all, plus some, the “some” being the extra distance a genuine parent will go for each or all of their children. The acceptance epiphany only takes a brief moment. It never goes away, either. No matter what. The feeling of complete love for each child lasts past the last breath of life.