Father's Day

I was thinking about Father’s Day that we will celebrate later this month and the word “Dadisms” came to my mind..... Dadisms are dad's favorite lines said in typical style and tone to teach us basics of life. Howsoever hard sounding Dadisms may be, they go a long way to teach us invaluable lessons of life. We might not like to take these advices from dad as a kid but quite ironically we tend to use the same lines with our own children.   

         

And it is only then that we realize the real worth of Dadisms. Dadism helps us to define our principles and goals in life and makes us a strong individual.

 

  • Who said life was supposed to be fair?

  • Always say please and thank you. That way, you get more.

  • If you forget, you'll be grounded till the end of the world.

  • Shake it off. It's only pain. A little pain never hurt anybody.

  • Don't take yourself so seriously, take what you do seriously!

  • You're always a winner if you lose with a smile.

  • Four things come not back: time past, the spoken word, the sped arrow and a missed opportunity.

  • Life is a journey and you've just reached one of many speed bumps to come.

  • If you want to do something, do it because you want to. Don't do it because someone else did.

  • As long as you tried your hardest, that's all that matters.

  • If ifs and buts were candy and nuts then we'd all have a merry Christmas.

  • Don't believe anything you hear and only half of what you see.

  • If you're gonna be dumb, you've gotta be tough.

  • Worrying about things you can't change is like a rocking chair... it gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere.

  • It's hard to be good, and easy to be bad.

  • Laugh at yourself first, you'll take the bite out of others doing so for you.

 

"Honor your father and mother.” This is the first of the Ten Commandments that ends with a promise. And this is the promise: If you honor your father and mother, "you will live a long life, full of blessing.”

 

Fathers are the biggest source of strength for a child. The innocent eyes of a child perceive father as the all-powerful, most knowledge, truly affectionate and the most important person in the family. For daughters, fathers are the first men they adore and fall in love with. While for sons their fathers are the strongest person they know and someone they aspire to emulate. Even for the grownups fathers are someone whom they look up to for the most experienced and honest advice that is always in the best of our interest. For this great figure in our life that we know as father - it becomes our privilege to honor these men in our lives this

Father's Day.

 

May you celebrate this Father’s Day with Love!

 

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