SIGNIFICANCE OF WORLD FATHER’S DAY 2021:
No matter what, your father is your superhero on this entire planet. From purchasing toys to gadgets, your father would do his best in bringing them for you before you ask for them. In each phase of your life, the superman of your real-life would be there to help you from nowhere. While the bond between your mother and you are eternal, the connection between your dad and you would be indestructible. From sharing videos and memes to giving timely advice, your dad would be the one your eyes searching for. While he unveils the dad jokes, he would also be overprotective and even his strict rules. Moreover, not only your father but also someone you look as if a fatherly figure is deserved to be celebrated and honoured.
The international day to celebrate fathers has been observed on June 20 this year. You might not have expressed how you feel and how you always look up to your dad. So, it would be good to take this day as an opportunity to unveil things to your dad and make him feel proud and happy. After all, the man who sacrifices a lot of things and still smiles to give what you need deserves it. Meanwhile, the lockdown has been the perfect time for you to expose your love for your superhero. Being the first teacher of your life, your dad would do anything to shape your life and gives you the best.
HISTORY OF WORLD FATHER’S DAY:
The day was first pronounced by Sonora Smart Dodd of the United States. Back in 1910, the initial celebration was on the third Sunday of June. World Father’s Day has been observed on various dates in different countries of the world thereby celebrating and honouring fatherhood. Moreover, Lithuania and some parts of Spain have taken ahead as they announced a Public holiday on Father’s Day. So, Father’s Day has been recognized to celebrate and expose the influence of fathers and honouring paternal deeds.
FAMOUS QUOTES FOR WORLD FATHER’S DAY 2021:
Some of the famous father’s day quotes from famous writers which you would love to add to your wishes –
“It is a wise father that knows his own child.” – William Shakespeare
“She did not stand alone, but what stood behind her, the most potent moral force in her life, was the love of her father. ” – Harper Lee
“I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection.” – Sigmund Freud.