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 FATHER'S DAY HISTORY

Sonora Dodd, of Washington, first had the idea of a "father's day." She thought of the idea for Father's Day while listening to a Mother's Day sermon in 1909.
Sonora wanted a special day to honor her father, William Smart. Smart, who was a Civil War veteran, was widowed when his wife died while giving birth to their sixth child. Mr. Smart was left to raise the newborn and his other five children by himself on a rural farm in eastern Washington state.

After Sonora became an adult she realized the selflessness her father had shown in raising his children as a single parent. It was her father that made all the parental sacrifices and was, in the eyes of his daughter, a courageous, selfless, and loving man. Sonora's father was born in June, so she chose to hold the first Father's Day celebration in Spokane, Washington on the 19th of June, 1910.

President Calvin Coolidge, in 1924, supported the idea of a national Father's Day. Then in 1966 President Lyndon Johnson signed a presidential proclamation declaring the 3rd Sunday of June as Father's Day.

GAM GAURI

 

 Nan Hpa Naw Lu Tsun Na???
Kalang mi na ma la kasha masum laika sharin jawng e tinang a kawa hte seng nna shakawng hkat ma ai da; La kasha langai shawng, Nye kawa gaw hpung tau re yaw, nanhte nye wa hpe hpa shadu da mu ta? ngu hpang sai. Kaga langai mahtang bai tsun ai gaw, He na kawa gaw hpung tau sha i? nye kawa gaw hpung up le he he he... ngu arawng mi alu tsun dat sai. Shaloi akatsi nga madat nga ai la kasha mahtang, He... manang yan nan gaw dan she nga nga mu, nye kawa gaw kani dawn tsi rung de she du mat tim hpung tau mung galaw yu hpung up mung galaw yu sai wa re yaw, nan hpa naw lu ngu na... ngu tsun dat ai hte ni shawng na manang lahkawng hpa n chye tsun, Aw.. aw ..ee...ee.. re i? nga baw sha mahkyit mat manu ai da.

                                          Kawa Langai a Ma Sharin

"Ma e American Gum San tai lai wa sai Abraham Lincoln nang daram re ai aten hta nang zawn n lagawn ai gaw!!. Shi gara hku shakut lai wa ai nang nchye nni?" ngu nna tsa ya kawa langai gaw shi kasha hpe daru wu ai da. Shaloi kasha manit mi daram mau mau rai let bai nhtang tsun ai gaw, "Um, Abraham Lincoln ngai daram re ai shaloi gara hku shakut ai gaw nna ga ai wa e. Rai tim, wa nang daram re ai aten hta shi hpa baw byin sai ngu ai gaw chye nngai" Ngu dat wu ai da. Hpa nchye tsun mat ai kawa gaw shi lang tawn ai tsa gawm hpe saboi ntsa 'Gawk' nga hkra adit jahkrat dat let "Ngai lu... ma nang" ngu sha shakre kau nu ai da.

                                                Saiwan Tu

 Kawa Kaja gaw;
Committed to his children.
(Kasha ni a matu ap nawng asak hkrung ai)
Knows his children.
(Kasha ni hpe chye chyang ai)
Is consistent in his attitude and behavior.
(Myit jasat hte kyang lai hta ngang grin ai)
Protects and provides for his children.
(Kasha ni hpe makawp maga ai hte bau maka ai)
Loves his childrens mother.
(Ma ni a kanu hpe tsawra ai)
Listens to his children.
(Kasha ni tsun ai hpe madat ya ai)
Spiritually equips his children.
(Kasha ni hpe wenyi lam hta shadaw shangang ya ai)
 
 

What Father Teaches...

·         He teaches kindness by being thoughtful and gracious even at home.

·         He teaches patience by being gentle and understanding over and over.

·         He teaches honesty by keeping his promises to his family even when it costs.

·         He teaches courage by living unafraid with faith, in all circumstances.

·         He teaches justice by being fair and dealing equally with everyone.

·         He teaches obedience to Gods Word by precept and example as he reads and prays daily with his family.

·         He teaches love for God and His Church as he takes his family regularly to all the services.

His steps are important because others follow. Source unknown
 

Quotes

  • More than virtually any other factor, a biological fathers presence in the family will determine a childs success and happiness.U. S. News and World Report
  • Committed fatherhood would do more to restore a normal childhood to every child, and dramatically reduce our nations most costly social problems, than all of the pending legislation in America combined.National Fatherhood Initiative
  • The plague of fatherlessness is a painful inheritance of poverty and illness that is passed down from one generation to the next.University of Texas Sociologists
  • The most urgent domestic challenge facing the United States at the close of the 20th century is the re-creation of fatherhood as a social role for men.David Blankenhorn, Institute for American Values.
  •  A good father does these basic things: provides for his family, protects his family, and gives spiritual and moral guidance.David Blankenhorn
 

SUMTSAN NA JINGHKAI WA

Marit Seng Ja Pan

Tsawra matsan dum chye ai Wa,
Ngai kasha a ntsa,
Shawnglam Wa Nang mu mada,
Arawng aya hpe tawnda,
Hpaji lam ni Wa Nang sharin ya,
Ngai tsawra dik ai Wa.
Jamjau jamhkau lam kaw na,
Wa Nang ngai hpe bau maka;

Ruyak jamjau Ngai n hkrum,
Wa a shingnip kata nga yang lum,
Mungsung Gasung Nang hkum;
Wa a matsun maroi,
Ngai'sha a hpaji sumdoi,
Manap Jan zawn htoi;

Hpaji lam ni hpe Ngai wundoi,
Maigan mungdan ni mung proi.
Wa hte tsan-gang nga ten,
Ngai'sha myit dun let garen;
Madu kaw myit dum kyu hpyi,
Manu dan ai asi Ngai si;

Wa a majaw ngai,
Janmau lu ni ai.
Wa a Sali wunli gaw,
Daini Nye a Sumsaw;

Shinglet hte tsun n dang ai chyeju,
Gadai kaw na mung Ngai n mai lu,
Tsawra Wa Ugut gu nga u ga ngu,
Wa hpe myitdum let,
Kyuhpyi bunglet,
Chyeju Shamawn makyet
--- dat nngai Wa e.

  Kawa hte Seng ai Ga Malai ni

"Tinang a kasha hpe atsawm chye ai kawa gaw hpaji rawng ai kawa re." -- William Shakespeare

"To be a successful father . . . there's one absolute rule: when you have a kid, don't look at it for the first two years." -- Ernest Hemingway

       "Kawa langai gaw sara latsa hta grau nga ai." -- English Proverb

"A man knows when he is growing old because he begins to look like his father." -- Gabriel García Márquez

Naw kaji ai ma hpe yu u shi kaning re ai kanu lu ai lam chye lu na re, kaba sai ma hpe yu u shi kaning re ai kawa lu ai lam chye lu na re- - Arabian Ga Malai

"I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father's protection." -- Sigmund Freud

Kawa a lagaw hkang hpe yu u shi a kasha gara lam de  du na tak sawn lu na re, kanu a lata hkang hpe yu u shi a kasha kade tsan hkra hkawm na tak sawn lu na re- - African Ga Malai

"If the new American father feels bewildered and even defeated, let him take comfort from the fact that whatever he does in any fathering situation has a fifty percent chance of being right." -- Bill Cosby

"Blessed indeed is the man who hears many gentle voices call him father!" -- Lydia M. Child

Pangmu Zau

 

Olympic Games

One of the most powerful stories in the history of the Olympic Games involved a canoeing specialist named Bill Havens. He was a shoe-in, Im told, to win a gold medal in the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris. But a few months before the Games were held, he learned that his wife would likely give birth to their first child while he was away. She told him that she could make it on her own, but this was a milestone Bill just didnt want to miss. So he surprised everyone and stayed home. Bill greeted his infant son, Frank, into the world on August 1, 1924. Though he always wondered what might have been, he said he never regretted his decision. Well, he poured his life into that little lad and shared with him a love for the rapids. Twenty-four years passed, and the Olympic Games were held in Helsinki, Finland. This time Frank Havens was chosen to compete in the canoeing event. The day after the competition, Bill received a telegram from his son that read: Dear Dad, Thanks for waiting around for me to be born in 1924. Im coming home with the gold medal that you should have won. It was signed, Your loving son, Frank.

Many would question Bill Havens decision to miss his big opportunity in Paris, but he never wavered. He wanted his family to know that they always came first, no matter what. And that made him a hero to a little boy named Frank.

Dr. James Dobson, Coming Home, Timeless Wisdom for Families, (Tyndale House Publishers, Wheaton; 1998), pp. 140-141

Build Me a Son, O Lord

Build me a son, O Lord, who will be strong enough to know when he is weak, and brave enough to face himself when he is afraid; one who will be proud and unbending in honest defeat, and humble and gentle in victory.

Build me a son whose wishbone will not be where his backbone should be; a son who will know Thee and that to know himself is the foundation stone of knowledge. Lead him, I pray, not in the path of ease and comfort, but under the stress and spur of difficulties and challenge. Here let him learn to stand up in the storm; here let him learn compassion for those who fail.

Build me a son whose heart will be clean, whose goal will be high; a son who will master himself before he seeks to master other men; one who will learn to laugh, yet never forget how to weep; one who will reach into the future, yet never forget the past.

And after all these things are his, add, I pray, enough of a sense of humor, so that he may always be serious, yet never take himself too seriously. Give him humility, so that he may always remember the simplicity of greatness, the open mind of true wisdom, the meekness of true strength.

Then I, his father, will dare to whisper, I have not lived in vain.

-General Douglas MacArthur

Kawa ni a ninghtoi. 21 May, 06

 

Hti na mungga.  Tara agyi 21: 25, Rutha  4: 17-22, 1Sam 16: 7-13

 

       Karai a Mungga hta kawa ni  gaw dinghku a baw  re ngu shagrau da ai rai yang ningbaw ningla ngu ai  kawa langai a lit gade kaba ai hpe dum chye mai ai.

Israela masha ni a labau hta ningbaw kaja( hkaw hkam ) nnga ai aten hta kadai mung tinang  jaw dum ai hku, tinang ra ai hku galaw let nga pra ma ai .( 1sam 21:25).Israela amyu sha ni hta teng man ai ningbaw ra nga sai hpe madun sakse kumla kaba rai nga ai.Lam woi ningshawng kaja nnga ai dinghku, amyu dinghku , the naw ku hpung langai a sakse hpe teng man ai labau sara wa  tsawm htap hkra gara hku munbg nmai ka matsing ai.

          Karai kasang gaw kadai hpe Israela myu  sha ni a ningbaw shatai na hpe yaw masing nga chyalu rai sai.Dai aten ladaw hta  Rutha ngu , maigan num langai wa tinang a kamoi hpe tsaw ra ai sha n-ga , “ Nang du shara shagu e ngai nga na nngai: na a myu gaw nye a  amyu, NA A KARAI KASANG MUNG NYE A KARAI KASANG RAI U GA; ngu kamoi kaw hkan nang ai gaida phawmi langai hpe karai jai lang nna , htawm hpang e Isarael amyu  sha ni a hkaw hkam kaja , ningbaw kaba Dawi a kawoi hkai tai wa sai.masha langai gaw karai kasang hta tinang a asak hkrung lam hpe galai shai kau yang, shi a amyu ru sai labau du hkra galai mat wa mai nga ai, mai kaja ai karai a chyeju hkrum lam ntsa hta hkawm sa lu sai..( Rutha 1: 16., 4: 17-22).

          Israel amyu sha ni makau grup yin na maigan myu  sha ni zawn hkaw hkam ningbaw ningla ra sharawng nga masai.. Shinggyin ningbaw mung ra  ahkyak nga sai hpe dum chye masai. Raitim, karai a mahtai the nrai, tinang chyena , ra sharawng ai ningbaw Shaw Lu hpe lata ma ai. Shinggyim ningmu the Karai ningmu gade shai nga ai hpe mu lu ai.Karai san da ai hkaw hkam Dawi gaw, aten du yang she hkaw dung nna, amyu sha ni hpe grai simsa ngwi pyaw ai hku woi awn lai wa sai.

            Ndai labau mabyin hpe yu yang, ningbaw kaja langai gaw,  hkum hkrang, atsam, hpaji, marai ni hkum tsup ai raitim, karai hta myit machyu ai , Karai hpe tsaw ra ai myit masin nrawng ai rai yang, Karai a ningmu hta Shaw Lu hpe shi a myu  sha ni lata ai the sha bung mat na re. Dawi gaw Hkaw hkam hkaw grai  ndung shi ai ten kaw nna shi a myit masin gaw ,Karai Kasang hta  hkum tsup ai wa re.Goliat hpyen bu wa hpe gasat ai hta, …,” Yehowa a mying ningsang the dai ni nang kaw sa ring ngai “ngu hpyen wa hpe nlung din the sha kabai sat kau lu ai.( 1Sam 17:4). Dai majaw shi hpe “ Karai a myit masin the bung pre ai wa”  ngu mungga hta ka matsing da ai.( Kasa  13:22). Dai ni Israela masha ni , Dawi kadai re hpe nchye ai masha nnga ai zawn, amyu  , mungdan a danghkawn (flag) hta,Dawi a shinggan( David’s star) hpe masat sharau let ,amyu sha ni yawng arawng la nga ma ai.

             Kawa ni a nhtoi hta dinghku a kawa hte, ningbaw ningla lit magam hta kam da hkrum ai anhte yawng , Dawi a sak hkrung lam hpe galang bai n-gun la let ,shawng lam de woi awn sa  wa ga.

 

Kyu hpyi ga:    Kawa kaja langai a wenyi atsam hte  jahpring ya rit madu e.

 

 

Tawng,Chyahkyi.

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