To answer my blog topic question, I would have to say no based on what I deem to be worthy. Of course your answers might be different. Kool!!
That dad that walked out on the Sampson family when his lil boy was two months in the womb just because he wasn’t ready to be a father is not worthy in MY eyes (might be different in the eyes of he child tho) to be commemorated on Father’s Day. Not only did he walk out, he lived right across town and never called to see how the family was doing. He never acknowledged his own flesh and blood. He even rode past the house and saw the child he conceived, and never stopped to say hi.
He has impregnated five women due to being unfaithful. Every woman was told the same thing, “I’m here for you always”
He’s now settled down with a new family. He’s playing the daddy role with his new family. Although he’s being a ‘father’ to his new children, he still has seeds out there that need him.
In the eyes of the five women before the one he settled down with, he’s a no-good bastard and they would never send him a father’s day card. Would he be deemed worthy in YOUR eyes?
This is a fictional story, but it’s all too true for a lot of men and women.
We have men and women who don’t wan to take on the responsibility of parenting. They’d rather do other things than take care of their seeds. Some parents are down right disgusting and I don’t even want to walk on the same side of the road with them because they’re so disgraceful.
Are all mother and fathers really ‘worthy’ (to YOU- speak only for yourself. I didn’t say the kids, or anyone else) of a getting a gift on mother and father’s day.
Pantz says, HELLLLLLLLLLLL NO!!
some aren’t even worthy of a .15 card in my book!
Just because a person brung a child in the world does not make them worthy of the word mother or father. Sperm and egg donor sounds good to me LOL