Welcome back everyone to my daily blogs. I enjoy sharing my life with you and the life experiences with them also. On my website, I post blogs that deal with spiritual life lessons I have personally experienced in my life, in hopes that you will listen and learn.
Today, I would like to open up about my relationship with my father. He is loving, kind, respectful, intelligent, spiritual, and the best father I know. He always speaks about how much he loves his wife, children and family. He speaks highly about his brothers and sister. Sometimes I wish I could hug him and never let go of him. But, then Amira might get mad because she wants to do the same.
You see, one thing I learned about parents is that a child will always love their parents based on their relationship. My father, for example, always treated us with great love. He never harmed us, he never showed hate, he never did anything that he would regret today. He grew us all in the love of God. He was strict, but the good strict. I tell him until today, if you didn't raise me the way you did, I would never be who I am today.
Parents play a big role in children's lives. You should take a look at Amira, my youngest sister. She goes absolutely crazy for my father. If you saw the two of us, it looks like a competition. One time, my father wasn't eating from financial stress. Amira, a young girl (about five at that time) got up, took food from the fridge and prepared it in the microwave for my father and put it on the table. She said, "Hey, Baba, you're going to eat this okay. I love you and you have to eat." She hugged and kissed him and he ate. When she was a baby, she would also climb up the stairs to go sleep with my father. She was about three at the time. She was climbing up a long set of stairs on her knees, and we heard her saying, "Baba I'm coming, don't worry I'm coming for you." My dad heard and woke up from his afternoon nap, and ran straight away to the stairs, picked her up and bring her to his room. She was so adorable. I remember everything!
My father used to give us all money every week to enjoy, and Amira money every week so she could go buy toys and enjoy. One day, she was playing with her toys and my mom and dad were speaking together. He was talking about how he needs money for surviving. When Amira heard this, she went to her wallet, took everything out and said, "Here, baba. This is for you. Take it!" She was beautiful, smart, and so very loving. But she was also very strong.
When I was a young boy, around seven or eight I believe, my father would go to work and I would have to go out with mom throughout the day. I would beg her to take me to dad until she did. I went crazy for my dad from a very young age. There was always a great and strong connection between both my father and I. He always treated our family more than he treats himself.
To conclude this, every parent should always prioritize there family above friends and relatives. The impact parents have on children is great. A parent can help raise a child up, or pull them down. I highly recommend every parent to love their children in every way that they can, and for children to love their father and mother in return.
I am excited to share my spiritual life lessons with all of you. I thank you sincerely for joining me on this journey. I will be sharing every spiritual lesson I've learned in my life, every story of my father's life, every spiritual dream I had that came true, absolutely everything!
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God bless you all always,
Roberto W Rafo.