Lessons I learnt from my Great Dad

Lessons I learnt from my Great Dad

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

To Daddy with Love

Some things will always be in style,
Good solid things like honesty, and trust and caring about people.

It is qualities like these that keep us aware of who we are
And what we can give to life.

It is qualities like these, Daddy that you have taught me to value,
Through your influence, your example, and your love,

It have made me love you very much,
And has made me very proud to have you for my daddy.

It gives me a great pleasure to write a post on dooverdad.com. Before explain about my Dad, let me explain about my family.

We are five members in family, Sister, Brother, Me and the great Mom and Dad. My sister is doing MBA, Brother is in School, I’m writing blog :). Dad is a business man and Mom is housewife.

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I have learned so many lessons from my Dad and will learn in the future.  As Dad and Mom is the first teacher of every kids. We start our life from them and learn every important things from them to live a good life.

 When I think of my Dad, I just think of unconditional love. I see it in his eyes when he looks at his family, when he smiles, and when he laughs.

My dad is one of the nicest, most caring, loving and respected men I know.I grew up watching him go to work early every morning and never having a bad thing to say about it. He taught me that loving your job makes your life more fulfilling, rewarding and simply more enjoyable. I believe his love for his work taught me that I should love my job too. I realize that these days this is becoming more and more rare and you are just lucky to have a job at all. But, knowing what a well-rounded and happy life looks like by seeing my father’s life growing up, makes me realize I have that too! I love my work and those I work with.

My dad has always been my go-to person for career advice. Beyond his valuable experience, I can always trust in his strong moral compass, sound judgment and candor.

My dad was a great example to me of how to balance home life and work life. He gave me the foundation I needed to start my own career and the advice I needed when I didn’t know what to do.

Dad taught by example and by telling  stories.
I guess his major lesson was to never stop learning. 
He spent a lot of time showing us how to apply ourselves completely – to so very many & diverse things.

“Dad,

          For all those times……..I left it unsaid……..Thank you. 

                     Thanks for being there for me…For showing me the way…….

                            For being patient with me even when i made it difficult for you…….

                                        For believing in me & encouraging me to dream……

                                                     And being such an inspiring presence in my life……. 

 Thank you Dad for showing me how to love – family, work, and life!

Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.

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