Dad is a good man. He speaks with truth and understanding. The words that flow from his mouth leaves an eloquent tenderness behind. Ask him a question and he will answer with humble joy. Share a thought and he will intently listen with open ears. Did I forget to mention his hard work and diligence? He raised 8 children with the help of mom. Though the economy was mean and money disappeared from paychecks, dad continued to pour out his love to his family through words of encouragement. Other people were also mean to him, but he kept his head held high, not letting anyone see his tears and hear of his broken heart. “Zam txim (forgive)” is the code he lives by.
Dad is a good man.