A father must understand that for the wife, the child/children come first.
As I have said, it is the role of the mother to hold the child and the role
of the father to hold the mother. It is not always so easy for the father.
But it is the way things are.
In this regard, men are babies, but have to stand up to the plate and be
men. For the wife as well as the husband, understanding life, ourselves,
and others is the key. Not judgement but understanding.
If you understand the movement of trees in the wind, cows with calves and
bulls in the pasture, and water flowing down a mountain stream, you
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. Thank you for holding your wife and your family with such love.
Thank you for this blog. I feel we (class mates) are all your children and I am so thankful. I just hope I/we are not a taxing burden. Thank you for your love, patience,caring,teaching and all the things you do we are not even aware you are doing. Happy Father’s Day, and thank you again and again.
Yes. Happy Father’s day! Ditto to Anonymous’ comment. Thank you. Always
A great blog on the role of fathers in the family unit. Happy Fathers Day!
This is a wonderful reminder celebrating the father and the flow of natural law thru the family structure.
I think about my own father and I think about the central provider, protector, somehow the energy core around which all the other family members revolved.
Beautiful! A mother holding the father as a child definitely disrupts the natural flow . . . But a father holding the mother as the mother holds the children is wonderful to behold.
I especially love the last sentence, “If you understand the movement of trees in the wind, cows with calves and bulls in the pasture, and water flowing down a mountain stream, you understand everything.” Just a few analogies, if examined carefully, give the understanding of everything. Wow.