Why fathers never express their feelings?We just celebrated International fathers day on 21st June and wish our father and others "Happy fathers day." A day to celebrate and honor the macho-man or superhero of every child. It is only seen that we all love our fathers but we never get a reciprocating response from him. Why is it that fathers find it difficult to express their feelings to their children and especially their sons?
A father is believed to be gallant, reinforced, and a silent moiler who carries the weight of the family upon his shoulders like a donkey. He is loving but never expressive, he provides without complaint, he protects without praise, he watches without knowledge of others, he cares without expectation, etc but we will never see him say a word. A person who was the hero of his child slowly becomes hard, rude, orthodox, commanding, outdated and even a question to mothers as to what made her choose him? It is only in the later stage of life or after completing our college life that we realize the core strength or value of the so-called iron man of our family.
Let me ask everyone who is reading this post to take time with your grandparents or mother and find out about your father before his marriage or in his childhood. You would find a completely different story and some of you are already a father and you know it better. After knowing more about your father just comment 3 most loving qualities of your father. Let me also take this opportunity to wish every father a belated "Happy fathers day"
(My 2nd entry for the ISC 13th Birthday Special - A thread a day challenge )