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15 Reasons to Admire Your Father

Date:14-06-2013 10:20:05 read:5
Category:Man-->Family

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Over a century, Father’s Day has been celebrated across the world but at different times of the year. Nevertheless, it is yet another day to help you show your commitment and affection to a special person who has given you a lot more than he could afford in a lifetime. The day is one more reason to remind you of all the things he has done for you – the reasons you admire your father.

1. He has been the strongest even in times of adversity and given the rest of his family the strength to withstand and emerge successful.

2. He is the first hero in every child’s life. You wanted to do all that he does and grow up quickly to fill his shoes.

3. He is protective and would never allow anything or anyone to hurt his children.

4. He teaches you from the most basic to the most complex of things in life like learning to ride a bicycle to how to deal with challenges.

5. He is always there for you whenever you want him to support or assist you anytime in your life.

6. Despite the times when you have put up bad behavior and spoken against good intentions, your dad keeps his cool, loves you and cares for you.

7. He always uses the right language even when you use inappropriate words. He never lets temper overwhelm him and ruin a scene.

8. He sets an example by taking care of his family financially, physically and emotionally.

9. He is bold, confident, speaks up and stands up for you all the time.

10. He shows you the right path in life and always supports you when you fall.

11. He wants you to grow up confident and face life’s challenges courageously and shows you how to go about doing it.

12. He puts his foot down whenever it is necessary to make sure that you tread on a safe and happy path.

13. He takes pride in all that you achieve and lets the world know about his happiness when you beam with pride.

14. He encourages you for all your accomplishments and wants you to keep at it for as long as you want to.

15. All those games and sports you played as a child were with your dad.

For all that the man has done for you as a part of your growing up is many times even not considered or recognized. But take this Father’s Day as an opportunity to tell him that you appreciate and admire him for the person that he is.


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