The Spirit of Father’s Day – Honoring Our Dads

Happy Father’s Day dad, although you’re not here, I just wanted to say thanks to all the lessons in life you taught and opportunities you put in front of me. The great mystery in life is how they all seem to connect for the good, where the dotted lines are connected by God and faith. On Father’s Day we honor you.

Tomoo "Tom" Okuyama
Happy Father Day Dad.
Tomoo “Tom” Okuyama
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Dad, my cheering section, and coach.

Here’s a poem “My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and me watch him do it” by Clarence B. Kelland;  it’s definitely a good example for fathers to follow.

Many times children are raised up by a father who is not their biological father, today we honor these fathers too.  And finally and most importantly,  there’s our heavenly Father, a Father who is perfect, a Father we can worship as compared to our earthly father who we honor.

With His Love, Happy Father’s Day!

Written by Carl Todaha-Okuyama

 

 

It’s all about family helping nurture and loving the children, creating the bond,  the trust bridge that builds future lasting relationships. Thank you dads, brothers, uncles, and friends for the time together!
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2 thoughts on “The Spirit of Father’s Day – Honoring Our Dads

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    1. Having #gooddads will alter the course of history for the better. We have many challenges in our country and many solutions start at home. Thank you very much for your loving and nurturing spirit. … Carl

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