Father’s Day

Father’s Day

There is more to life than to steaks and bottomless beer.

Although that is not a terrible idea because let’s be honest, most fathers love beef n beer!

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Researchers trust that the root of Father’s Day is certainly not a most recent wonder, as many believe it to be. Rather they claim that the tradition of Father’s Day can be traced in the ruins of Babylon. They have recorded that a young boy called Elmesu carved a Father’s Day message on a card made from clay nearly 4,000 years ago. Elmesu wished his Babylonian father good health and a long life. Even though there is no record of the end result for Elmesu and his dad, the idea of observing Father’s Day has remained in several nations throughout the world.

Present day variant of Father’s Day festivities began in United States of America and from there spread to nations around the globe. The world owes thanks to Miss Sonora Louise Smart Dodd, a cherished daughter from Spokane, Washington, as it is a direct result of her battle that Father’s Day saw the light of the day.

In many countries Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June, among them the USA, Canada, the UK, France, India, China, Japan, the Philippines and South Africa. However, it is also widely celebrated on other days, for example on February 23rd (Russia, Defender of the Fatherland Day), March 19th (as Festa del Papà in Italy, Dia do Pai in Portugal and Día del Padre in Spain), Ascension Day (Germany), the first Sunday in June (Switzerland), the second Sunday in June (Austria and Belgium), June 21st, the first day of summer (Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan & Syria), first Sunday of September (Australia, New Zealand) and the second Saturday of November (many Scandinavian countries). For a complete overview of the dates of Father’s Day around the world.

On this day children present Father’s Day cards not just to their dads but also grandfathers, uncles, stepfathers or any other person who commands the position of a father in their life. There is also a trend to present Father’s Day gifts to dad, the most popular gift of all being a necktie. Another popular gift being roses, the official Father’s Day flower. Many people rue that the trend of presenting gifts to fathers has led to over commercialisation of the festival, putting a damper on the noble idea behind Father’s Day celebration.