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“Dad — A Son’s First Hero and a Daughter’s First Love”

“Dad — A Son’s First Hero and a Daughter’s First Love”

From holding our little finger when we first walked to holding the bicycle when we first fell, we all have special memories of our fathers that we will cherish forever. For all the sacrifices they made, for all the troubles they faced in giving us the best childhood… it is time for us to repay and express our love for them.

Fathers Day

This Father’s Day, ensure your dad’s health is in its best condition. What better way to show your father you care! Here are a few suggestions –

  • Motivate him to join Yoga: The entire world is going gaga over the many benefits of yoga. Americans are obsessed with it. Yet, strangely, we Indians seem to be neglecting it. This year, make sure to motivate your dad to join a yoga club. Not only will he improve his health but he will make a few new friends as well.
  • Gift him an exclusive collection of green teas: Does your dad hate green tea because of its bland taste? Does he refuse to try it in spite of the many health benefits it has to offer? No worries. There are many varieties of flavoured green teas available in the market, which include rose, basil, pomegranate, Moroccan mint, etc. Gift him an exclusive collection of some of them and we bet he’ll love them.
  • Book a Health Check-up: There are many health check-up packages available at leading hospitals that can ensure your dad is in the best of his health. Book a complete health check-up package and surprise him. To book a health check-up with CARE Hospitals, click here.
  • Show him a comedy movie: When nothing else works, humour always does. Ensure your dad has a good day filled with laughter by taking him to a good comedy movie.

 

Over the years

As we grow old,

We remember our father

So brave and bold.

He would give advice

And understand;

He was always there

To lend a hand.

God made fathers

Strong and firm,

For he knew our lives

Would have great concerns.

So he gave us fathers

To teach us to pray,

And guide our lives,

And show us the way.

So on his day

Let’s take the time

To say “Thanks, dad.

I’m glad you’re mine.”

– Mary Frances Bogle

 

Wishing all dads a very Happy Father’s Day!

 

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