My dad is the one

@skalijnp (147)
December 2, 2009 3:48am CST
My mom says that my dad had suffured a lot of troubles to make us man like a man. He had spent nights after nights without sleeping due to earn money by doing overtime job in labour. He is uneducated but he wanted to make us educated be he loves education because he could not get education in school due to poorness. Now he doesn't want that his children also face the same, so he gave up all his interests of his life. Amd due to his willings I am graduate. In fact I am the accountant of my father's business as my dad became a buisnessman now.
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@besthope44 (12145)
• India
14 Aug 10
I love my father, he is role model for me in his love, hardwork and responsibilites!
@srganesh (6348)
• India
21 Dec 09
That is the basic quality of a father.Wanting to give their kids the right thing whichever they longed for.They feel more content and satisfied and enjoy a lot.They would not be happy if it were for them.But there are some fathers who don't care for their family and leave them abandoned.They enjoy all the possibilities and spare very little for the kids.We should be thankful to have nice father.
• India
2 Dec 09
Yes my dad also suffered a lot to earn money.Mus\ch he struggled in his life.Many days he was sleepless also.Many days we will not be able to see our dad also because he comes very late in the nite and in the early morning before we get up he will start.We missed him a lot that time when we are in school. My dad is so sweet he is educated but loved to become an doctor bcoz of his financial situation he was not able to achieve it. He is an hero to me.Now he is also an big business man.
@natnickeep (2340)
• United States
2 Dec 09
A lot of parents give up things and make sacrifices for their children to have better than they had. Especially me being a young parent. I had a child in high school and had to drop out, since then for the last 9 years everything I do is for my kids. I have 2 now. It will be well worth it though seeing them go to college and have things that I didn't. Like financial security.