"When a father gives to his son, both laugh; when a son gives to his father, both cry"
- William Shakespeare
About this Quote
This quote by William Shakespeare talks with the power of the bond in between a papa as well as kid. It suggests that when a daddy gives something to his boy, both are loaded with joy and also laughter. This could be a physical present, such as a toy or an item of clothes, or it could be something abstract, such as guidance or a life lesson. On the other hand, when a boy provides something to his dad, both are loaded with feeling as well as splits. This can be a physical gift, such as a handmade card or a piece of art work, or it could be something intangible, such as a genuine apology or a pledge to make his papa proud. This quote speaks with the deep link between a daddy as well as boy, and the love as well as emotion that is shared between them.
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