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A heart warming message... Such a father with a strong willpower and self-discipline for the good of his family.
‘He lived and died by his own rules, and I know he had found his own fulfilment.’
His commitment, consistency of his actions, determination and courage that despite his illness, he remained calm and continue to finish his goal. He's indeed a principled father living by example. How many fathers such of this kind today?.
I just felt sad that while reading along the lines of the story from start to finish, he never mentioned or praised God whom above all, he should count on, most especially when he found out that he has a terminal cancer. He accepted the fact wholeheartedly that he has but only few days left remaining to be with his family...he focused more on financial preparations, left instructions for his kids how to live their lives when he's gone. His principles in life are so admirable and inspiring to every father holding the same virtues in life and those who are still to become a father.
What I like most was his final statement, "cherish your mother and take very good care of her". I was so touched. I was reminded by what the bible says, "Honor your father and mother" Ephesians 6:2. "Children, obey your parents: for this is the right thing to do." Ephesians 6: 1.
A father's message from beyond the grave: My darling children, here's how to live your lives when Daddy's gone.
Last updated at 1:04 AM on 23rd July 2011
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