Happy Father’s Day to all who are celebrating it today.
Fathers are amazing people. They can turn problems into opportunities and ordinary days into memories that stay with us for a lifetime.
So today on Father’s Day, I am missing my father a lot, he is no more in this world, he passed away three years ago because of liver cancer.
I am feeling very proud to present A tribute to my father, few lines about my father, my real feeling for him. I don’t know why I could not write anything when my father was alive. May this post express my true love with him, after his departure from the world.
I spent most valuable quality time with my father. I was the dearest child of my father. My father was a guiding light whose love shows me the way.
He was the most courageous and resourceful man. I never questioned if he loved or cared for me because he made it so obvious.
My father had been the greatest influence in my life. his words of wisdom taught me so many things, most importantly he used to tell me that I should never stop learning. Always go for higher education, special research discoveries, new education, explore more wonders, and joys, and keep growing each and every day for a lifetime.
A Father could be defined as the 3 P’s – the protector, the provider, and the problem solver. ‘Theodore”. But My father is more than that. I really appreciate my father from bottom of my heart. Always remember his encouragement, support, great love, friendship, judgment, wisdom, positive attitude, thoughts, and best wishes for me.
My best compliment to you my father is how you raised me that I am feeling very proud to be your daughter. I am blessed and I have achieved greatness, successful life, and much more ….
My father is like none other. Thanks for everything. I have a special place in my heart for you, my dear father, I love you a lot and will continue to love you till my last breath.
History of Father’s Day:
The nation’s first Father’s Day was celebrated on June 19, 1910, in the state of Washington. However, it was not until 1972—58 years after President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day official—that the day honoring fathers became a nationwide holiday in the United States. Father’s Day 2022 is on Sunday, June 19.
For me, every day is Father’s Day and every day is Mother’s Day.
From Dr. Alia Nawaz