If I say that a father’s love for his child is immeasurable, would I be wrong? If I say a father would go to great lengths to protect his child, would I be wrong? If I say a father is willing to die so that his child could live, would I be wrong?
Words. When a father professes his love and willingness to sacrifice, they are merely words one say. How true, no one knows. It can only be known when the end comes, only then would he be judged on the merits of the kind of father that he was.
The past offers lessons and serves as a guide for the present and the future. Fathers live today for the future of their children. Why is it then that some fathers have the courage to do what is right for the children, while others balk at the though of it?