Today day is a memorable day, are the annual Father's Day!
Deep sea motherly love, fatherly love heavy as a mountain. People at the same time to celebrate Mother's Day and did not forget his father's achievements. Someone start the year on the recommendation of Father's Day. Years, it is to celebrate the first Father's Day. At that time, the late father of all people have to wear a white rose, the father of the people alive while wearing red roses. This custom has been passed so far.
It is said that the selection of Father's Day is a month over month because of the sun are the most heated one, a symbol of the father to give their children the love that hot. Paternal such as mountains, tall and lofty, let me look timid and afraid to climb Health; father such as days,and far-reaching, so that Yang and my heart did not dare pity; paternal great deep are pure and not return , but love is a bitter, difficult to understand depression and the unattainable.
Father, like a tree, always, let him lush foliage of a solid arm for the tree to create shadeus. Years such as the fingers over the water, like, before I knew it, we have grown up, while the tree is gradually aging, and even the new leaves are no longer the hair full of vitality. Annually on the third Sunday is father's holiday, let us sincerely say: Father, I love you! Happy Father's Day!
Now, the Certificate of Education Examination and the final exams approaching, I suggest that we should seize the time, study hard, with excellent results as to the father's gift, great father to return, I believe his father at that time are the most beautiful smile! Students, come on now! ! !
Many years ago, a baby boy came into this world. But unfortunately, he didn't come with a cry, which was a big problem from the medical point of view. The doctor, tough and quick, turned the baby upside down and slapped his bottom sharply. The baby cried, and he survived. At that moment, the father yelled at the doctor, "Why did you hit my baby?" He did not realize that the doctor had saved the baby's life. The baby cried and cried, and the father smiled and silently cried as well. He held the baby in his arms and did not allow the doctor to touch the baby anymore...
Contest chair, ladies and gentlemen, that baby was me, and that man was my dad. Whenever my mom told people this story, I would always laugh aloud, and my dad would just shake his head and smile quietly.
Dad never tried to hug or kiss me when I was a child. And of course, he never said "I love you" to me, either. Maybe it's a Chinese cultural thing, or maybe that's the way my dad was. But whenever I felt defeated, sad or lonely, dad was always there. Dad was a man of few words, but I always liked to talk to him, and I could always feel a very special connection to him.
As I got older, I had a huge crush on a girl. She was tall and beautiful, with long hair. One day, I walked up to her and blurted out, "you are so beautiful baby. I love you so much. Please be my wife!" She was afraid and ran away with tears in her eyes. She told my teacher, and my teacher was so angry that she made me stay after school, and called my dad to take me home. My first love was over, and that year I was 7 years old.
On the way home, dad was very quiet. It seemed that nothing had happened. Finally I broke the silence and asked him, "Daddy, did I do something wrong?" Dad paused for a while as he always did and said quietly, "Son, you did nothing wrong, except that it's too early for you to pursue girls." "Daddy, do you think I could marry a tall and beautiful girl with long hair when I grow up?" I asked. Dad gave me one of his rare laughs and said, "Of course you could. You are so handsome! Just like your handsome father." For the first time, I realized that dad had a sense of humor, although he was always quiet.
Who is using the arm of Qiu Jin, for us to put up a brilliant sky?
Who is using the hard-working hands, happy for us to build a home?
Are you, father, a great name but Ordinary!
Father of a mountain, broad-minded, the father of rivers to accommodate an umbrella for us so that we stay away from disaster
Father of a vessel, carrying us, brave the wind and waves, love towards the Harbor!
In the eyes of his daughter, the father is more like you are leaning against a tree in spring can love you like fantasy Ganlu drop, moisten with my heart;
Through the summer to enjoy your love, like bursts of breeze, the wind blowing softly beside him;
Taught me to become ripe autumn, your love is to me is that the rich fruits of success
Taught me to become a strong winter, you love the sun are continuously given me confidence and strength!
Spring, summer, autumn and winter, the sun traces of rotation time, quietly climbed up the wind and rain on your face honed, so that you vicissitudes
Not forget, you earnestly to teach the scene
Not forget, you sent her daughter to ride back to school is not to be forgotten, when the daughter of Late in your sad eyes
Is not to be forgotten, when the sick daughter on your face can not forget the scenes of fear, the father and daughter is not to be forgotten ... ... If the situation can be life-cycle the next life, I also make your daughter!
hi, everybody. this father’s day weekend, i’d like to spend a couple minutes talking about what’s sometimes my hardest, but always my most rewarding job ?C being a dad.
i grew up without my father around. he left when i was two years old, and even though my sister and i were lucky
enough to have a wonderful mom and caring grandparents to raise us, i felt his absence. and i wonder what my life would have been like had he been a greater presence.从小父亲就不在我的身边。两岁时父亲离开了我们。但是我和妹妹很幸运，母亲和祖父母对我们关怀备至，将我们抚养成人。尽管如此，我仍然觉得父爱缺失。我时常想，如果父亲一直在我们的身边，我的人生可能就会不一样了。
that’s why i’ve tried pretty hard to be a good dad for my
own kids. i haven’t always succeeded, of course ?C in the past, my job has kept me away from home more than often i would like to, and the burden of raising two young
girls sometimes would fall too heavily on michelle.
but between my own experiences growing up, and my
ongoing efforts to be the best father i can be, i’ve learned a couple of things about what our children need most from their parents.
first and foremost, they need our time. and more important than the quantity of hours we spend with them is the quality of those hours. maybe it’s just asking about their day, or taking a walk together, but the smallest moments can have the biggest impact.
they also need structure, including learning the values of
self-discipline and responsibility. malia and sasha may live in the white house these days, but michelle and i still make sure they finish their schoolwork, do their chores, and walk the dog.
同时，他们也需要一种结构，包括需要了解自律和责任的价值。尽管玛莉亚和萨莎现在生活在白宫，但我和米歇尔还是要确保他们完成家庭作业，做好日常杂务，按时遛狗。 and above all, children need our unconditional love ?C
whether they succeed or make mistakes; when life is easy and when life is tough.最为重要的是，孩子们需要我们付出无条件的爱。无论他们是取得了成功，或是犯了错误，无论生活是舒适还是艰难。
and life is tough for a lot of americans today.more and more kids grow up without a father figure. others mia father who’s away serving his country in uniform. and even for those dads who are present in their children’s lives, the recession has taken a harsh toll. if you’re out of a job or struggling to pay the bills, doing whatever it takes to keep
the kids healthy, happy and safe can understandably take precedence over everything else.
that’s why my administration has offered men who want to be good fathers a little extra support. we’ve boosted
we’re doing this because we all have a stake in forging
stronger bonds between fathers and their children. and you
can find out more about some of what we’re doing at
but we also know that every father has a personal
responsibility to do right by our kids as well. all of us can encourage our children to turn off the video games and pick up a book. all of us can pack a healthy lunch for our son, or go outside and play ball with our daughter. and all of us can teach our children the difference between right and wrong, and show them through our own example the value in treating one another as we wish to be treated.
our kids are pretty smart. they understand that life won’t always be perfect, that sometimes, the road gets rough, that even great parents don’t get everything right.
Hi, everybody. Sunday is Father’s Day. If you haven’t got Dad a gift yet, there’s still time. Just barely. But the truth is, what we give our fathers can never match what our fathers give us.
I know how important it is to have a dad in your life, because I grew up without my father around. I felt the weight of his absence. So for Michelle and our girls, I try every day to be the husband and father my family didn’t have when I was young. And every chance I get, I encourage fathers to get more involved in their children’s lives, because what makes you a man isn’t the ability to have a child – it’s the courage to raise one.
Still, over the past couple years, I’ve met with a lot of young people who don’t have a father figure around. And while there’s nothing that can replace a parent, any of us can do our part to be a mentor, a sounding board, a role model for a kid who needs one. Earlier this year, I launched an initiative
called My Brother’s Keeper – an all-hands-on-deck effort to help more of our young men reach their full potential. And if you want to be a mentor to a young man in your community, you can find out how at WhiteHouse.gov/MyBrothersKeeper.
Now, when I launched this initiative, I said that government can’t play the primary role in a young person’s life. Taking responsibility for being a great parent or mentor is a choice that we, as individuals, have to make. No government program can ever take the place of a parent’s love. Still, as a country, there are ways we can help support dads and moms who make that choice.
That’s why, earlier this week, we brought working dads from across America to the White House to talk about the challenges they face. And in a few weeks, I’ll hold the first-ever White House Working Families Summit. We’ve still got too many workplace policies that belong in the 1950s, and it’s time to bring them up to date for today’s families, where oftentimes, both parents are working. Moms and dads deserve affordable child care, and time off to care for a sick parent or child without running into hardship. Women deserve equal pay for equal work – and at a time when more women
are breadwinners for a family, that benefits men, too. And because no parent who works full-time should have to raise a family in poverty, it’s time for Congress to follow the lead of state after state, get on the bandwagon, and give America a raise.
Dads work hard. So our country should do what we can to make sure their hard work pays off; to make sure life for them and their families is a little less stressful, and a little more secure, so they can be the dads their kids need them to be. Because there’s nothing more precious in life than the time we spend with our children. There’s no better feeling than knowing that we can be there for them, and provide for them, and help give them every shot at success.
Let’s make sure every dad who works hard and takes responsibility has the chance to know that feeling, not just on one Sunday, but every day of the year.
Thanks everybody, happy Father’s Day, and have a great weekend.