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When I was  4  Yrs  Old  : My father is THE BEST

When I was  6  Yrs  Old  : My father seems to everyone

When I was 10Yrs Old    : My father is excellent but he is short tempered

When I was 12 Yrs Old   : My father was nice when I was little

When I was 14 Yrs Old   : My father started being too sensitive

When I was 16 Yrs Old   : My father can’t keep up with modern times

When I was 18 Yrs Old   : My father is getting less tolerant as the days pass by

When I was 20 Yrs Old   : It is too hard to forgive my father, how could my                                                           mom stand him all these years

When I was 25 Yrs Old   : My father seems to be objecting to everything I do

When I was 30 Yrs Old   : It is very difficult to be in agreement with my father,

I wonder if my grandfather was troubled by my

father when he was a youth

When I was 40 Yrs Old   : My father brought me up with a lot of discipline, I

must do the same

When I was 45 Yrs Old   : I am puzzled, how did my father manage to raise all

of us

When I was 50 Yrs Old   : It’s rather difficult to control my kids, how much did

my father suffer for the sake of upbringing and

protecting us

When I was 55 Yrs Old   : My father was far looking and had wide plans for us,

he was gentle and outstanding

When I was 60 Yrs Old  : My father is THE BEST.

It took 56 Yrs to complete the cycle and return to the starting point “MY father is THE BEST

‘Attha, ungalai ninaithal kangal kalangamal iruntathillaiye!!!’

Let us be good to our parents before it’s too late and pray to Allah that our own children will treat us even better than the way we treated our parents.

ALLAH (SWT) Says in Quran :

“Your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him and show kindness to parents.If one or both reach old age with you then do not say uff! to them  nor repulse them, but speak graciously to them.”.. (Surah Al-Isra : Ayah 23)

“O our lord, forgive me and my parents, and (all) believers, on the Day that the Reckoning will established!”... (Surah Ibrahim 14, Ayah 41)

” O my Lord, have mercy on them (parents) just as they nourished me when I was small.” ……. (Surah Al-Isra 17, Ayah 24)


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