Does winning really take care of everything?


Tiger Woods, by virtue of his win on Monday, returned to #1 in the world of golf.  To celebrate, Nike has this ad:

AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE. BEST AVAILABLE QUALITY.
But how true is this?

Certainly, Tiger is back on top of the world of sports.  He’s paid dearly, financially, for his mistakes.  And as Christians, we’re supposed to forgive him, and move on.  I’ve always admired Tiger as a golfer, never so much as a man, but both are because of the focus on golf, from early on.  Tiger’s problem, I’ve said before, is because he doesn’t have his thought on what happens after this life is over.  I won’t spew fire and brimstone, it’s not my style.  But I really hope he’s being the best dad he can be.  That would make him number one, in the most important way that counts.  He’s not Christian, as far as I know, so he doesn’t know any Christian, much less Catholic, precepts.  So, my advice to Tiger-make sure your kids come first.

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