A Little Note to all our Chocolate-Sweet Fathers

A great supporting punching bag , a sparkling candle of encouragement, a lighthouse to help your way in life, a frequent adviser, a teacher, a forgiver, granting wishes, a never failing heart to never ever give up, always pert and full of lively spirit, a companion to go snuggle up with when you are sad, a close friend you can lean on, sometimes stern, striving to make us a successful person … a genuine, un-bogus hero in your life time… Who does all this remind you of? Hmmmm…..
Yes, Dad… Those special three letters can ignite the flame of unconditional love, brighten you up with that wonderfully light feeling as memories turn into a marvelous reverie. You can scream your worries to him, chase him around when happy, smuggle up some lies, transform into your true behavior, ask him silly questions, be free… what more?
Here are a few daughter’s who I can see adores their father’s….
Indira Gandhi- Chacha Nehru is really an inspiring father. The Letters From A Father To His Daughter were the letters send to his daughter with immense love when he was in jail. Chacha Nehru had developed Indira Gandhi’s interest in nature and taught her many values.
Anne Frank- Otto H. Frank a truly dear father to Anne had made a big influence in Anne’s life. He understood many things in Anne’s mind. But, because of Hitler’s raging anti-Jew restrictions, Otto Frank found a hiding place in his office. Anne wanted her diary published when the war was over. Sadly, she passed away ( after being captured) just three months short of her sixteenth birthday. To fulfill Anne’s wish, Otto Frank published her diary..
Me- He might be really busy
       He might be exhausted and dizzy
       But the cheerfulness and friendliness
       Can never be unraveled by tiredness
       His soft words and smile
       Can be felt from a mile
       His stern advice
       Can stop all vice
        And pull you along in the right way
Happy Father’s Day!!
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