When you ask: When is Father’s Day?
Here is a small series of posts that cover the most asked questions on Google. Most of these questions won’t be answered here. However, I might, for fun, give an answer if I personally know it. It’s mostly to have fun with why people ask so many questions.
Third Sunday in June. Next!
No, actually, let’s talk about this holiday. At the risk of being accused of stereotyping, Father’s Day could see its name revised according to the image we’ve made of it. The father figure, once again, detached from the concept of a biological father, could represent the other side of the coin that we covered with Mother’s Day. In my opinion, Mother’s Day was symbolized by a form of empathy, the emotional aspect of a human being, while Father’s Day could symbolize a form of confidence in one’s ability to survive.
On an individual basis, these two concepts may seem easy to separate, but when you actually do it, I can confirm that it is quite difficult.
In fact, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day symbolize the entirety, no matter how you divide it up, of the personality traits, skills, know-how, that define us. These two holidays underline parents’ effort to guide their children in an ever-changing world, but whose founding principles have not changed much. The bond of love, loving and being loved, as well as mutual aid and autonomy, this relationship of independence and interdependence will always be at the heart of our species.
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Last Updated on June 27, 2021 by Coach Danny