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 To all the Fathers out there who spent their whole life for the Kids.

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Posted on 06-16-09 12:27 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Dear Dad,


Thank you!


 


Ø Thank you for paying 1/4th of your income for my elementary school fee when you had a wife and 3 more kids to feed, educate and shelter. I don't know how you did it? I guess I was too young to know.


 


Ø Thank you for buying us new clothes for Dashain and wearing that same polo shirt you had been wearing for a couple of years. I still remember how you looked that Dashain. I guess I was too busy to show the new dress to my friends and relatives that I never asked you if you liked to wear that faded shirt.


 


Ø Thank you for bringing that used HERO bicycle that I had wished for my 11th birthday. I guess I was in such a hurry to ride on it, that I didn't even bother to ask you how many hours of overtime you had to work to pay for it.


 


Ø Thank you for not leaving me alone for a single moment for a whole week when I was admitted to the hospital to cure my typhoid. Did anyone ask you if you were ever tired/sleepless? I didn't.


 


Ø Thank you for not traveling to see your sick dad so that you could save up the expenses for that first TV we wanted in our living room. Did you get to see your dad in his final days? I guess not, you were too broke to even call him.


 


Ø Thank you for smiling and hugging me when I said, "I hate you" for not buying me an 80 cc bajaj scooter when all of my friends were riding on Hero Honda Splendor. Were you really smiling? I guess not. Then tell me why did you go to your room and sob? I saw you dad.


 


Ø Thank you for sending me off to Kathmandu University for my intermediate studies, when I could've joined Tribhuvan University with fewer expenses. Do you have enough funds on your pension account now? I guess I wouldn't know unless you tell me dad.


 


Ø Thank you for not letting us know about your everlasting back pain so that you didn't have to go to the doctor. Does it still hurt? I guess so, because the only time I know you went to the hospital was when I was admitted for typhoid.


 


Ø Thank you for those tears you shed when you found out I passed my intermediate exam in first division. Are you still proud of me? I guess all parents are proud of their kids.


 


Ø Thank you for sending me abroad for my higher education even though I knew you couldn't afford it. Did you pay off your debt yet? I guess not. You are retired and you don't have any pension fund left for your so called golden (?) days.


 


Ø Finally, thank you for thanking me for my achievement. Let me ask you dad, do you think it's worth devoting your past, present and future for your kids? I guess I won't know unless I have my own kid(s).


 


 


Source: I found this note on sajha long time ago, i dont know who posted it but it sure brought tears in my eyes. I posted today in memory of all fathers.


 
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Posted on 06-16-09 1:21 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks for this post and "happy father's day" to my dear DAD all the devoted fathers...


 
Posted on 06-16-09 1:23 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks, yes... Love you dad!!
 
Posted on 06-16-09 1:39 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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very nice quote boulevard 
sorry rahul bhai to hear that.


 
Posted on 06-16-09 2:09 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thank you Dad.
 
Posted on 06-16-09 2:31 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Posted on 06-16-09 4:20 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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whoever wrote this.. hats off to him/her...


Office mai aasu jhardiyo yaar..


 


 
Posted on 06-16-09 4:58 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hey Rahulbhai, no more hadr feelings brother.. Sorry if  i reminded you about your dad who is not in this world. But bro you know what, That fact is that Father and Mother never die, They are always around us protecting us with any problems and trouble in our life. Same like yours i do not have my mom but i think she is always near me looking at me and protecting me from any harmful things that is going to happen. So dont think that he is not there. He was, is and will be there for you always..


Guys, i didnt wrote this but thanks to puntedamai who shared this with us.


CIGG bro, didnt meant to make you cry in the office but seriously bro, when i read this first time, my eyes were full with tears. Its really heart touching hai..


Lets give me few time to this thread by posting something in memory of our DAD....


Thanks Guys.


 
Posted on 06-16-09 5:48 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Tears welled up to my eyes, Boulevard Dreams! What a wonderful reminder of what our fathers have done for us. But please do not repeat that one mistake he made when the time comes and he should not be thanked for doing so:


"Thank you for not traveling to see your sick dad so that you could save up the expenses for that first TV we wanted in our living room. Did you get to see your dad in his final days? I guess not, you were too broke to even call him."


We human beings are pretty selfish. We care more for our off springs than for our parents. All the devotion, dedication and love parents had for us does not go back to them but rathers goes down to our children. What an irony!


So, if you want your kid to not do what your dad did to your grand dad, please do not make that one mistake!


 
Posted on 06-18-09 9:35 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Very realistic picture of  our typical Nepalese family.
Thanks for sharing, boulevard dreams and punte damai

 
Posted on 06-18-09 10:31 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Maalpaani, yes indeed its a very reaistic picture of our typical nepalese family... But, you know what???IN our Nepalese family Mothers are regarded more precious than Dad, which is true to some extent but in fact not only mom, but also dad plays an important role in our family. I have seen lots of my friends who hate their dad. Even i used to hate my dad a little bit when it comes to his drinking habit but later i realized that how important and valuable he is. He was the only person for whom i cried a lot before coming to U.S. I dont know how to express him my love and gratitude but yes indeed he is the best.


Lets show our respect and love to our fathers. No matter what kind of issue you have with them just call them and tell them that i love you very much dad. May be they are waiting to listen to that3 words from you from ages and ages. So come on guys and gals, pick up the phone and make him a call.


 
Posted on 06-18-09 11:55 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Boulevard Dreams,


That is very noble of you but do not do to him what he did to his dad when you have kids:


"Thank you for not traveling to see your sick dad so that you could save up the expenses for that first TV we wanted in our living room. Did you get to see your dad in his final days? I guess not, you were too broke to even call him."


I strongly believe he should not be thanked for above.


 
Posted on 06-18-09 12:51 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Ya Chicagoan,


I strongly agree with you , he should not be thankful for what he did in that case but chicagoan think from the dads point of of view. He always want to give happiness to his siblings no matter what price he has to pay for that, isnt it. So, i guess in this case dad did the same thing. He sacrifices the opurtunity to see his dad just to make his kids happy with New TV.


But still you are also right. It depends on individual state of mind.


BD.  


 
Posted on 06-18-09 3:43 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hi Boulevard Dreams,


I respect what you are saying but I still strongly believe that people should not love their children so blindly that they neglect their parents. It is similar to that "doko" story if you remember. The son carries the parents in a doko and takes them to be thrown off the cliff. The parents ask why are you doing this although we love you so much; the son's reply is, I saw what you did to your parents when they got old and I learned from it and just doing what you exactly did!


So what's the point in having a son who buys TV for his children when his father is on deathbed? How could he forgot all his father had done for him? I think that is unforgivable and the son will carry that guilt throughout his life.


 
Posted on 06-18-09 4:05 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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boulevard द्रेअंस ,,,, मन त चत्तक्क कतिने पोएम यार । थ्यांक कु फोर रेपोस्टिङ् .

 
Posted on 06-18-09 7:51 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I find this video very appropriate for this post....I love you dad.....



 
Posted on 06-18-09 8:31 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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dherai nai ramro thread, dhanyabad chha boulevard dream lai , ani thread originator poonte damai lai ani pasa bro lai pani dhanyabad chha for sharing this.

 
Posted on 06-18-09 9:56 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Wonderful video paasa bro. Very heart touching video. Thats what Dad is all about.


Thank you anonymous guy.


 
Posted on 06-21-09 12:20 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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A very happy fathers day. Lets give our few seconds too our Dad, in this special day.


Thank you Dad, Thank you very much for making me reliable to stand on my feet.


Thank you very much for sacrificing all your desire to fulfill our needs and wants.


Thank you very much. You are the greatest Dad in the whole universe.


I love you very very very much,,,,,


 


BD.

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Posted on 06-21-09 1:18 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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A CALL, A BIG HUG, A SMILE, A THANKS... ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING U CAN I KNOW HE WILL APPRECIATE IT. HAPPI FATHERS DAY GUYS!

 
Posted on 06-21-09 11:29 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Damnnn, i cant believe that for the first time in life i called my Dad and told him I Love You Dad.. I guess he was too eager to hear those three words from ages..I am feeling so good today.

Love you Dad.

BD. 

 



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