Celebrate Father’s Day

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It is necessary to forget the wishes and advice of the father and to always remember the father. Many countries around the world celebrate Father’s Day on the 3rd Sunday of June not as a day for parents but for 365 days. In our culture, parents are highly valued. As Father’s Day is celebrated on Sunday, I am sharing with you my article about Father’s Day.

I celebrate Father’s Day by remembering the beautiful days my father, the late Mustafa, mother Emin, and my late Kandaz daughter Fadeem, my aunt, who helped me read, spend time at my father’s house on the high ground in the town of Byramoglu in Dickmen. In the SPI district of Giresun.

Researching Amir Bayramlibelik, a pilgrim from the Chepani tribe of Oghuz Turks, who made the Black Sea their hometown, as www.devrialem.tv, researching history and culture, and shooting a documentary on the world brand Turkish Hazelnut, a great eastern Krishna region. The role of repatriation. I am in Urdu and Giresun area.

Today, even though he has reached 100 years of age, he wants us to live in unity and solidarity as brothers and sisters who still think of their children, who want us to live in unity and solidarity in our village and highland home every year, see. In the hazelnut garden inherited from our fathers and grandfathers, and not to dry hazelnut holes, I remember those beautiful childhood years spent with him. I visit my grandfather’s grave and recite Fatiha in the village and on the plateau.


Father’s will and advice

Although I spent my childhood together until the age of 13, I left the village to study, but every year I came to the village from the big cities where I studied and I learned from them that my grandfather Kandaz Hasan Aga and my younger grandfather, the First World War Shahid Ibrahim, planted the hazelnut garden, while my father, my mother and my aunt were collecting hazelnuts. My ears are still ringing in their will, telling me to read the information and not be constructive. A father with 3 children and a grandfather with 2 grandchildren, I congratulate all fathers on Father’s Day and leave you alone with the article I wrote in Gabe’s magazine.

Father’s Day and being a father!

Writing and talking about my father is not enough. People understand the value and worth of fathers when they are fathers and when they lose their fathers. Fathers are the main pillar of the family, the cause of existence. The Father is the symbol of strength, the continuity of generations. Fathers give advice, teach, fathers are examples for their children, they are wings, they are everything. Those whose fathers are alive do not know and do not understand the value of their father. After the fathers go to the eternal kingdom, they say alas and it is too late. Less can be said about the father. The book, signed by Mustafa Turan, is a book called ‘Fathers Advice to Children through Out History’, which I bought from a seller who sells reading books. The book contains the advice of prophets, famous thinkers, writers, intellectuals and world-renowned writers to their children. When I read and examined the book at once, I realized what a beautifully written bedside book it is. I would like to share some of their suggestions with you here.

Famous advice for their boys

We hear the admonition “Be as valuable as a coral” in addition to the words, “O son of Hajj Ali, beware of friendship with the liar, he will show you far and near.” Mahmut of Kaşgarlı to his son, which is very important. , Stay close to the scholars, the wise man is the one who takes the advice “What good advice. These advices, which are still effective today, guide the children and become the light. To work hard, to be a good boy of the country and nation, I am sharing with you this historical advice and promise which I have never forgotten; boy, you are a journalist. You have to be very careful in your articles and news. May Allah make you constructive, not destructive. And as a journalist you have many enemies. Do not do injustice to the enemy, having enemies is a great asset. Not everyone is an enemy. But he becomes the enemy of great men. Also respect your enemies and be hostile to them. Do not nurture. Throw bread at those who throw stones. Extend the hand of friendship towards the enemy. ” Here is my father’s advice to me.

What did I write about patriarchy?

So far I have written many articles about father’s love in this column on different dates. Below are some articles written on the death of my late father Mostafa Kahraman on January 3, 2009 and some articles written on father’s love. My dear reader, I look forward to hearing from you about your articles and comments about Father’s love and loyalty to Father.

One Year After Dad (January 3, 2010)

Our fathers are one of our most important values. We don’t understand their dad enough to survive. We’re doing it on time. Their value is understood when the father dies. Although we cannot afford to give them enough, fathers are the pillars of the family. Fathers are not just pillars of the family, they are everything. Although not as popular as our mothers, it takes a lot of responsibility to be a father. Being a parent requires affection and love. Our fathers are precious animals. We realize the value of our father only when we lose our father. Let us praise our fathers. I remember my childhood days with my father like yesterday. It took me hours and hours to travel uphill on my father’s back. The first city trip I went with my dad. Caresses and caresses me. Being angry at me for smoking. Many more memories with my father. Yes, it’s been a year since I lost my father. A year without Dad was very difficult for me. I tried to fill my father’s absence with my mother and find that compassion in her. I am trying to satisfy my longing for my father by meeting my 90 year old mother. After each trip, before I get home, I go to kiss my mom’s hand and I miss it. On weekends, holding the hand of my youngest son Amirhan, I go to the grave of my father and my aunt and read the Fatiha over and over and realize how hard the months have gone without him. To put it bluntly, I went to Gaza to help the Palestinians. I got the news of the bombing at the Gaza border gate. I hurried back to Turkey and attended my father’s funeral at the last minute. Yesterday, on this occasion. On the first anniversary of my father’s death, I recited the Qur’an and Mawlid, the pain that would never end. When I lost my dad a year ago, I had a better understanding of what it means to be a dad. The memories we had with my father floated in my eyes. I spent summer vacations with my dad in the countryside and in the highlands, taking advantage of his life experience and shooting a documentary with my dad. Everything we did floated before my eyes like a film strip. To my dear readers, praise your father, record your father’s life on camera and pass on the documentary footage to future generations. (After a year without parents – January 3, 2010 Gabbage newspaper)

Father and mother are immutable. No matter how big their child is, according to the parents, the child does not grow up. When I remember my late father Mostafa Kahraman, whom I sent for eternity on January 3, 2009, with compassion, I kiss the hand of my 92 year old mother Emin Kahraman.

When is Father’s Day first celebrated?

The capitalist system, which exploits the world, realizes the material and moral exploitation of man by fitting something about 365 days a year to encourage consumption. Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, I don’t know any day, and now in the name of Father’s Day, consumption is encouraged and indirectly money flies out of father’s pocket and father becomes victim again. I am sharing with you the information I received from Wikipedia sources during the Father’s Day celebrations. Sonora Smart Dodd, daughter of a veteran of the American Civil War, thought fathers should have a day like Mother’s Day. Dodd raised his six children alone in the absence of his parents. He began work on announcing his father’s birthday, June 5, Father’s Day, but these efforts did not reach that date and the celebrations were postponed to the third Sunday in June. Father’s Day was celebrated for the first time on 19 June 1910 in Spokane. , Washington.[1] In 1924, U.S. President Calvin Coolidge supported the celebration; However, it has not officially declared Father’s Day.[3] In 1966, then-President Lyndon Johnson issued a statement announcing that the third Sunday in June would be celebrated as Father’s Day each year. In 1972, with the signature of President Richard Nixon, Father’s Day was legally declared a public holiday in the United States. Catholics celebrate a different date as Father’s Day. They took the celebration from a religious perspective and celebrated March 19 in memory of the father of the Christian prophet Jesus. They give gifts to their fathers in the name of Joseph Day. In some countries these celebrations have gone beyond their religious significance. As a result, there is no harm in remembering them once a year. In fact, it is necessary to remember the father constantly, not once a year, to know his condition, to go to his grave when he dies, to remember him well and to pray. Today, he kisses the hands of all parents, not only as a father, but also as a grandfather. I remember all fathers and grandfathers with reverence and I pray for God’s mercy for those who have died. (Source. Www.gebzegazetesi.com)

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