Father Knows Best: Advice from Dads

Father Knows Best: Advice from Dads

To celebrate Father's Day, we asked our readers for their father's best advice. We hope you enjoy this collection of inspiring quotes.

  • A cute dog sits attentively, gazing up at her owner.

    "Trust your dog." — Karen T.

  • A good-natured woman takes a spill while ice skating in stride.

    "The shame is not in the fall, but in the failure to rise!" — Debra J.

  • A man places a Hello My Name Is tag on his shirt pocket.

    "You come into this world with one thing—your good name. It's up to you to keep it that way." — Susan M.

  • A pair of twenty-dollar bills

    "If you earn $20.00, you can't spend $40.00." — Beatriz G.

  • A proud, confident woman speaks before a large, attentive audience.

    "Stand tall, be proud of who you are and look people in the eye when you speak." — Elysia R.

  • A woman and her father laugh as they hula hoop on the beach.

    "Do something fun every day." — Connie D.

  • A crowd of graduates at a commencement ceremony

    "No matter how difficult life is, education is important." — Jo R.

  • A stack of playing cards

    "Play the cards you are dealt." — Martha G.

  • Two friends share some quality time over coffee.

    "Think before you speak." — Maureen S.

  • A man's praying hands rest upon an open Bible.

    "The quiet Gospel is the loudest Gospel. Live the Gospel, don't just talk about it." — Lynne W.

  • An assortment of construction tools surrounded by sawdust

    "If you're going to do something, do it right or just don't do it." — Robert C.

  • A man in a racing wheelchair sprints along a desert road.

    "Do the best you can with what you have." — Sharon W.

  • Three mature woman converse over coffee.

    "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all." — Cathy O.

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