A short remark...

Greetings to everyone, I have a short remark here.

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Sunday, June 03, 2007

Advices for a son...

Well, it's father's day today! (",)

Since my father is not physically around, he still remain in my heart and constantly asking Allah to show me the right path in life. I've really learned LOTS of things from him, he is a Do-It-Yourself type of person, getting his hands dirty on some cool stuff at least once a week is something interesting for me as well, from setting up Buglar Alarm system, CCTV systems, fixing electrical distibution boards, setting up backup electical generators, writing computer programs until fixing those water pipes around a premise.... he is really my guru in every discipline.

Performing one of his technical task...

However the most important is the lessons of life, the experiences that a father has gone through. Hence, I was just thinking about what are the best way that a father may teach the lessons of life to his son... So what crossed my mind was one of the best artwork ever produced, the poem "IF" by Rudyard Kipling.

I sincerely feel that my father has thougt all the things mentioned in this wonderful poem as I've said, he is my greatest hero.

Therefore, what I did was I edited the poem and prepared a printable version of it. Then, printed it, make a photocopy to enlarge on an A3 paper, then laminated it. So, I would like to suggest that you should do the same and stick it in your room or office.

Click here to download the poem which I have prepared.

Happy Father's Day...

Please try to SPEND LOTS of TIME with your father, the lessons that you may learn from him is INVALUABLE and not always you can get back the moment...

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