When do we celebrate Father’s day? To complement Mother’s day celebration, father’s day was created in the early 20th century. Father’s Day is widely celebrated on the third Sunday of June. To honor and acknowledge the wonderful moments that we have for our father, tatay, dad, daddy, papa, dada, ama or any name we call them, I have listed three famous Father’s day quotes that are so meaningful.
3 Famous Father’s Day Quotes:
Father’s Day Quote 1
I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection. – Sigmund Freud (Psychoanalyst, Neurologist, 1876 – 1939)
Based from what I’ve experience, father makes our home more secured and complete. He is the strongest person in the family that you can cling on supremely if you are young and the other members of the family.
Father’s Day Quote 2
“The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.” – Henry Ward Beecher (Protestant Clergyman, abolitionist of Slavery, June 24, 1813 – March 8, 1887)
I so liked this Father’s day quote! Father loving a mother deeply with respect will result in a beautiful harmonious relationship of the family. Father will make mommy happier while giving her best for her family. In return children should be thankful and appreciative to all the things that their parents provide for them – small or big.
Father’s Day Quote 3
“It is a wise father that knows his own child.” – William Shakespeare (English poet, playwright and actor – World’s Pre-eminent dramatist,1564-1616.)
We know that father normally does a big job to financially support our family that most of the times they are not around to see us. It should not be a reason to be a stranger to your own kids. It is indeed a wise father if you fully know your son not only about their age and grade but also their likes, friends, activities, hobbies, favorite foods, ambition in life, and many other things.