"I can not think in childhood as strong as the father's defense." – Sigmund Freud.
Do you remember the children's day when you waited for your dad to come home tonight? When he jumped into his arms … share his daily exploits? And how patiently do you hear all his stories? How easy is it to solve the most complex problems? You know your arrival at the mere knock on the door … you knew he was the one. She was aware of her body odor – that sedative, which she always thought was close to her. She knew her by touching her, with her voice, with her … instinctively knew her.
The image remains the same. Through time and geographic locations – the image of the child associated with her father remains unchanged. No matter in which corner of the world your relationship with your father never seems to change – the games you play in the garden, the long drives, the values you've learned … the list is endless. ] This universal father-child relationship makes the Father's Day a global event. While the dates have changed between regions, so is the language when your father wants a "happy fathers day".
2 – Russian – Счастливый день отцов
3 – Portuguese – Dia de pais feliz
1 – Spanish – Día de padres feliz
4) Italian – Wife's Day
5) German – Glücklicher Vatertag
7) The Netherlands – De gelukkige Dag van Vaders
Although most countries celebrate fathers on the third Sunday of June day, there are some regions where the Father's Day is celebrated on other days. Canada, Chile, China, Cuba, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Africa, Sri Lanka, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, United Kingdom, Venezuela, Zimbabwe follow the American custom (on the third Sunday of June), while Austria, Belgium and Costa Rica celebrate the event on the second Sunday of June. In the Southern Hemisphere – Australia and New Zealand celebrating Father's Day on the first Sunday of September. Russia celebrates the event on 23 February, while China's father's day is celebrated on 8 August. Some countries are religious again this event. While Iran celebrates the Fathers Day in the Islamic Calendar of 13 Rajab, Germany follows the Bible Day of the Speaking Day to celebrate the event. This year (2007) was the date on 17 May.
It does not matter at what time we celebrate the event and what language we wish to wish – the fundamental emotions of love, respect and gratitude remain unchanged this day
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