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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Father's Day Wishes.

Father's Day Wishes.

On this Father's Day let us remember those who helped to give us life.
What is a Father? A Father or Daddy is one who helped in our creation, who helped to give us life here upon this Earth.
A Father is one who unselfishly sacrifices his own dreams many times over in order to provide for the basic comforts and needs, food, shelter, clothing to the best of his abilities usually coming up short often, but he does his best.
A Father is one who seeks to spend as much time with his children as possible, to help lead and guide them through the twists and turns of life.
A Father gives us advice in many ways to help us avoid the dangers, the hurts of life, to teach us how to be honorable, kind, honest, brave, loving, curtious, patriotic, and to love to explore and learn what is good in life, even when we children think we know best, that our Father is out dated, does not understand our lives, or that he just does not get it, and we feel offended or hurt by his attempts at giving advice that may be for our own learning and safety in lifes journey.
A Father gives up his vacations, and lets his family go instead as he remains home and works just to pay the bills.
A Father gives up a lot of free time to spend learning new things to better provide for his children.
He is there when we fall down, when we are discouraged, when we are hurt, when we just need a hug, a feeling of support and understanding.
He sometimes just needs to be home for reasurance at times.
A Father is usually mis understood as we children grow older, we have communication problems when the white-noise of life and thinking differences fog our communication process leading to sad moments.
A Father does his best, he works late, sometimes more than one job to support his family.
Today's Fathers of spilt / divourced homes will pay their childrens expences usually at great cost to their own, they will live in near or actual poverty in paying their child support, and a lot do not recieve much in return.
Today many Father's are forgotten in the hussle of life, through lifes problems the day of rememberance is forgotten, and when grown children loose communication with their Fathers as they are busy with life.
This Father's Day take the time to make a visit, send a card, make a phone call, email, tweet, something to remind your Father you love him despite his many flaws.
No Father's are not perfect and never will be, however just remember neither are we children. So give them a break, tell them you love, respect their efforts and as you become a Father do your best to do better than those before you in raising your children.
And last but not least remember on this Father's Day, there is your physical, adopted, step Father here on Earth but we still have one more to remember.
Let us remember our Father in Heaven above, the Creator of our spirits from whence we came before we were born to our Earthly Parents, Our Father in Heaven has entrusted our Earthly Fathers to care and protect and train us in a good way. So let us remember him this day.  And let us who are Father's do what we can to raise our children in a good way, and always remember we are entrusted with the care of our Heavenly Fathers Spirit Children so let us be kind and loving, and teach them the ways of Truth and Light.
Happy Father's Day to all.
God Bless
Stephen Huls
(T'sul Kalu)
 Father of 5 wonderful children, and Husband to a great wife.

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