Father’s Day 2020

(This is rather later, but I’d rather post it lest I forget)

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  • Breakfast in bed, and it was really good
  • 3 gifts from 3 sons
  • My favourite food was cooked

In 2020, father’s Day was on Sunday 21 June. It was such a memorable day indeed 😃

The note from my 6 year old… interesting indeed. Made me think: someone else may not be able to read the text on the note or even if they do, they may not fully comprehend the intended message. I got it as a father. Could this be what God feels with us? When we’re trying to communicate things but we do not have the right words to express our heart’s deepest thoughts – is this the meaning of “the Spirit intercedes on our behalf with words and groanings…”? 🤔

It’s really humbling to be appreciated as a father, especially one being fully aware of one’s short comings and the numerous “parental sins” one has committed against the children.

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