Tuesday 23 June 2015

A hug to thank my dad my Pillar of Strength

My father is the dearest and the world's Best Papa. My dad has always been a source of great inspiration to me, like a lighthouse to ships, always guiding me and giving me hope in my times of need. The greatest lesson I have learned from my dad is that all of us must believe in our self.
Believe that God is always there to guide us, believe that by enriching ourselves now, we can help the enrichment and betterment of others in the future, and finally, believe that by passing forward any goodness we receive, we can make the world a better place, little by little. The most important thing I’ve learned from my dad is that we
are blessed and privileged to have all the comforts we are experiencing today. We may not be a super-rich family, or we may not have things other friends have, but we’re thankful for all the gifts we have received and are
content with life. I learned not to compare our lives with other people because that’s other people’s business. He taught me to live happily because life’s too short to have tears and problems. My dad consistently prioritizes serving our needs before his own. I used to think it was really his job as my father to provide what I want, until I realized he was actually doing that because of his love and sacrifice. After understanding this, I now truly appreciate everything he has been doing for his family. I really do feel very lucky and thankful to have him as my father. ”What I love about my father is his simplicity. He has a heart of gold, and is a true gentleman. Its not that simple to express my feeling about my dad in few words. I share an enviable bond with my dad that is simply inseparable & our love grows stronger with time. I consider my father, an ideal person in my life. My dad is an ordinary guy with extraordinary fortitude, perseverance, altruistic soul & a kind heart. He is the most hardworking person who came up in life beating all odds. He always live his life with vigor & zest and even today at age of 65 he is living his life with
full youthfulness one can hardly imagine. For me he is always my pillar of support & strength, someone who is just a thought away when I need him. He is not much good in expressing himself in words but he always makes a way to communicate his thoughts. I just want my Dad to be the same always and never change as he is simply the best. The best gift I can think of for him is a loving hug.

I am participating in the '#HugYourDad' activity for Vicks in association with BlogAdda.

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