Happy Fathers Day God Quotes by Tom Wolfe, Helen Rowland, George Herbert, John Walter Bratton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Confucius and many others.
Sherman made the terrible discovery that men make about their fathers sooner or later.
A man’s desire for a son is usually nothing but the wish to duplicate himself in order that such a remarkable pattern may not be lost to the world.
One father is enough to govern one hundred sons, but not a hundred sons one father.
Dad – a son’s first hero, a daughter’s first love.
Dad, I may not be the best, but I come to believe that I got it in me to be somebody in this world. And it’s not because I’m so different from you either. It’s because I’m the same. I mean, I can be just as hard-headed, and just as tough. I only hope I can be as good a man as you.
Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.
I imagine God to be like my father. My father was always the voice of certainty in my life. Certainty in the wisdom, certainty in the path, certainty always in God. For me God is certainty in everything. Certainty that everything is good and everything is God.
Fathers, like mothers, are not born. Men grow into fathers and fathering is a very important stage in their development.
It would seem that something which means poverty, disorder and violence every single day should be avoided entirely, but the desire to beget children is a natural urge.
As fathers commonly go, it is seldom a misfortune to be fatherless; and considering the general run of sons, as seldom a misfortune to be childless.
A father is always making his baby into a little woman. And when she is a woman he turns her back again.
Sons have always a rebellious wish to be disillusioned by that which charmed their fathers.
Listen to your father who begot you, And do not despise your mother when she is old.
One of the greatest gifts my father gave me – unintentionally – was witnessing the courage with which he bore adversity.
My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, he believed in me.
When Charles first saw our child Mary, he said all the proper things for a new father. He looked upon the poor little red thing and blurted, “She’s more beautiful than the Brooklyn Bridge.”
One of the greatest gifts my father gave me – unintentionally – was witnessing the courage with which he bore adversity. We had a bit of a rollercoaster life with some really challenging financial periods. He was always unshaken, completely tranquil, the same ebullient, laughing, jovial man.