The role of a Father is timeless! Relevance to age or style does not matter. I wish to say thank you to all the dads out there who take their role of fatherhood seriously. Today, more than any other time in history, a father has to polish up his skills and stay up with their children's education and keep them safe and protected. Plan ahead. Look out for obstacles and never go flat when your kids need you the most.
Times have changed. Long gone is job security and so is the gold watch many employers gave for longevity with the company. But a father's love and devotion is timeless.
A father has to know when to put on the brakes, honk their horn, turn on the headlights to see what their children are doing after dark, invest in their future, and plan to live in affordable housing, while providing food, clothing, and shelter to their children and/or grandchildren.
Today, a father can't afford to slack off, get beat up, look ratty, and run out of fuel. To be a good father timing has to be perfect. A great dad loves, serves, and protects their children. While new dads are being invented, a father with high mileage who shines brightly with wisdom, wit, and wonder are classic! Adjectives that describe dads who can best serve their families include:
- well- adjusted
Just like a deserted car that is of no value to the household who needs a steady driver, an absent father brings heartache to the family and community. No matter the day or hour, children need to be comfortable about coming to their father when they need help. Second-hand information is no good to the real father or his children. It doesn't matter whether a father is likened to be manual, sporty, electrifying, old, speedy, or old, resilience and being accountable, responsible, and up to speed make the best fathers.
Happy Father's Day to all the dads. When it comes to writing blog posts, I am an original author. In my opinion when it comes to kids, fathers can't afford to follow the old manuals. To help their children succeed in life, they have to customize, stay tuned up for whatever comes their way, be engineered to know when a child is potentially in danger to prevent accidents and back luck. A father is so much more than just the wallet. Good luck dads and stay ahead of the curves.