What does "Father" mean to you? Answers in the comments!
The Love of a Father and Son.
Tim Russert presents for the world to behold a legacy of what is possible in the world of love among the generations. The model, however, is not restricted to blood relations, but instead points to possible CARING that can exist in the world, one for another.
Spreading such CARING is exactly What the World Needs Now: MANDATED ACTION: http://abc4all.net/wtwnn.htm For this purpose, the "Network That Works" or "Network4All" has been created so that if 2 or 3 people adopt ONE in the world without basic needs, such CARING will end poverty and many other ills in the world.
Tim would NEVER allow his child to die of starvation, and if we CARE no one should allow the tragedies and plagues that exist in the world to continue. With Tim we have not one but THREE generations loving one another. Luke and his grandfather may suddenly grieve, but the three provide the world with a Legacy for a model of what 3 people can do in the world.
The linguistics goes till the origin of words.
The word father (Pita in Sanskrit/Hindi) has been described in Sanskrit as "Yeh: Patuh: Sah: Pita",meaning thereby one, who does your upbringing is your father.
Virendra Nath Pandey
July 25, 2012 | 11:16 pm
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