My father didn’t tell me how to live. He lived and let me watch him do it. ―Clarence Budington Kelland
It’s said that anyone can father a child but being a dad is a life changing experience. A father’s contribution to the life of a child is often so underestimated that he might end up feeling cornered.
But nobody can take the place of our dad. He is our strength. He is our pillar. He is our hero, our inspiration.
Father’s day is here. It’s time we shower our dads with the infinite love and adoration we nurture in our heart for them.
We are so accustomed to advices but it is in sudden moments of life that we recall, Yes, Dad, did tell me that! And boy, are they helpful!
Here you go! These are a few inspiring advices from your fathers which have touched our souls.
And here’s more:
Never ask for advice from any of your friends, none of them care, I’m here for that
– Rotondwa Rendani Nevhutalu
Bones all look alike when we are dead. Treat everybody like you want to be treated.
– Barbara Bauer
My Dad said my greatest strength was compassion and generosity and to be careful it did not become my greatest weakness. To remember that I was important, too, and that I need to keep myself in my own top tier.
– Sherri Price Bruen
Always be kind and never forget to look back.
Don’t be scared to doubt yourself when making your decision. Doubting can make up your mind and remember that decisions can change our lives.
Father like me can make you cry a couple or even hundreds of times but when the first man whom you loved the most break your heart I will not hesitate to make my princess smile again for she is the first gift that I loved from the first woman I love the most.
Be a strong, independent and smart woman in the future. We’re not here for you forever to catch your back and wipe your tears.
– Belle Flor
Do what makes you happy as long as it is pleasing in the sight of the Lord.
– Gemmer Love Balusan Sacupayo
Growing up, I saw my father’s say and live this- “when you move slowly but surefootedly, you will eventually reach your destination.
When I reached middle age; I got to understand this perfectly.
– Ikenna Onwuekwe
If things go as per our plan , be happy , if they don’t work out as per our plan , be the most happiest”, because everything happens for a good cause.
Running away from your problems is a race you’ll never win. You cannot heal what you refuse to face.
Treat every individual equally no matter how much money they earn or what their status is, everyone is important and all play a part in our society.
My dad was a very well respected CEO who always had time for anyone no matter who they were. Rest in Peace Dad.
Be a good human being and work hard. Rest will follow.
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