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December 05, 2022

Pinoy Father Celebrating Father's Day In Thailand 2022

By Ianpassion
Photo was taken hiking at Dao Kra Jai Waterfall, Satun, Thailand 2019

Every December 5 is Father's Day in Thailand, as well as the birthday of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. It is a national holiday. Thais celebrate Father's Day by spending time with their fathers, such as by having a meal or going on a picnic. 

Fathers are extremely important in a family. When there is strife in our family and broken relationships, our role as fathers is vital. Our presence and protection are important; our children need our strength and love as the source of their value and inspiration. 

But there will come a time when we will grow tired. We become exhausted. We lose excitement when we are exhausted. We're not happy with ourselves or anyone else in the family. Yes, we want to raise good children, but we are not enjoying them because we are exhausted. Our Heavenly Father knew that fathers would face the challenge of weariness, which is why we are encouraged not to grow weary and discouraged from doing good (Galatians 6:9). When it seems to our fathering is not making a difference, we do not give up! 

Do not dwell on negative thoughts! We become more tired, discouraged, and exhausted if we meditate on negative voices in our heads. When we are weak, our Heavenly Father instructs us to cling to His strength (Isaiah 27:5). When our mind says, "I can't do it any longer. "I am tired," certainly say, "but my Father in Heaven is my strength, and through His Beloved Son, I can do all things." I seize His power in my life for my family and children." 

No father is perfect, but we can use our words and actions to affirm and bless our children. Remember that our words have power and meaning in their lives, regardless of their age. When we affirm  "I love you and am very proud of you,". And when we make sacrifices to be with them, especially on important days, they are empowered. If we continue to do what is right even when we do not see immediate results, we leave a legacy of unfailing love in the lives of our children and the next generation.

I have been a father for eight years and am grateful to our Heavenly Father for His grace in my life. Being a father in the early years was both a blessing and a responsibility. Now  I no longer need to change diapers or bathe the children because they can help themselves. They can almost do everything by themselves, but I still cook and wash their dishes. One day they will be completely on their own. Every day seeing them growing and maturing more than yesterday is an inspiration for my life to work hard and to be grateful every single day. 

Happy Father's day! 

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