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"None of us can ever be proud enough of being the child of such
a Father who has not done his equal in this world - so great, so
good, so faultless." There has been a moment in each of our lives
"None of us can ever be proud enough of being the child of such a Father who has not done his equal in this world - so great, so good, so faultless." There has been a moment in each of our lives when we have halted to wonder the matchless importance of our father. His influence is infinite, his presence is inimitable!
He has been a pillar of strength for us and his unconditional love has never demanded anything from us other than our love and respect. Celebrate the spirit of Father's Day with tender stories of joy and cherish the his presence.
Why do we celebrate Fathers day?
The idea of Fathers Day originated in the year 1996 in USA and has been officially celebrated in the third week of June. The exact origins of what we now know as Fathers Day are disputed, the day which celebrated fatherhood began roughly about 100 years ago.
Sonora Smart Dodd, the daughter of William Jackson Smart, a farmer and Civil War veteran from Washington came up with the idea after hearing a Mothers Day speech in 1910 and wondering why fathers did not have their own day too.
Dodd came up with this idea as she and her siblings had been raised by their father as a single parent after their mother died in childbirth.
The first Fathers Day was held in Spokane in 1910, with a number of towns and cities across America later following suit. Now, the day exists simply to remind everyone that dads are great.
How fathers day is celebrated around the world?
In the UK, fathers can expect greeting cards or handmade card or even a breakfast in bed. In Germany, the Fathers day is referred to as Vatertag but sometimes it is also known as Mannertag which refers to mens day.
Fathers Day in China was used to be celebrated on August 8th as the popular word for father in China is ba-ba, so the eighth day of the 8th month sounds similar to daddy. But in line to UK and US, the day has been moved to the third Sunday of June.