Indeed what memories do we have our individual Father’s, if any and what values have we been thought from the person that is suppose to be the main role model in our lives.
For me; my memories of my father are precious as he died when I was 11; however, the time spent with him I learnt a lot and have ensured that the values picked up during our short time together have been passed onto my Children.
The sense of family, togetherness, love, loyalty, unity, kindness, sharing and responsibility.
The value of providing for the Family as a member of a team with my Mother.
It does not take much to father a child, however, it takes a lot to be a Father, and today we must also honour the many step fathers also that take on the responsibilities of others.
Therefore, let us not just look at the commercial factors of Father’s Day, but also think about what makes us good Father’s and ask ourselves if we are ensuring that our sons are good Father’s when their time arrives.
Happy Father’s Day