Sayings About Fathers To Live By

David & William

These sayings about fathers are all from unknown sources. For words of wisdom and love from known sources, there is a page of Father Quotes.

Sayings are listed alphabetically

Spiritual Quotes To Live By

 Sayings About Fathers:  A   

A dad is someone who wants to catch you before you fall, but instead, picks you up and lets you try again.

A dad is someone who wants to keep you from making mistakes, but instead, lets you find your own way, even though his heart breaks in silence when you get hurt.

A dad is someone who holds you when you cry, scolds you when you break the rules, shines with pride when you succeed, and has faith in you even when you fail.

A father is neither an anchor to hold us back, nor a sail to take us there, but a guiding light whose love shows us the way.

A father is someone you look up to, no matter how tall you grow.

A father’s love is reflected in the eyes of his children.

A man once asked his father, “Father, how will I ever find the right woman?” His father replied, “Forget finding the right woman, focus on being the right man.”

A rock of strength to lean upon
In time of joy or stress
An understanding, loyal Soul
A heart of tenderness
A mind all wisdom, knowing how
Justice and love to blend
A teacher, loving, patient, kind
My Father and my friend

A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty.

Kevin & Gary
Spiritual Quotes To Live By

 Father Sayings:  D   

Dad… A son’s first hero, a daughter’s first love.

Dad, your guiding hand on my shoulder will remain with me forever.


Spiritual Quotes To Live By

  Sayings About Fathers:  E   

Every father should remember that one day his son will follow his example…  instead of his advice.

Spiritual Quotes To Live By

 Father Sayings:  G   

Good fathers make good sons.

Spiritual Quotes To Live By

  Sayings About Fathers:  I   

I may find my Prince, but my dad will always be my King.

I won’t always cry Mummy
When you leave the room
And my supermarket tantrums
Will end too soon

I won’t always wake, Daddy
For cuddles through the night
And one day you will miss
Having a chocolate face to wipe

You won’t always wake to find
My foot is kicking you out of bed
Or find me sideways on your pillow
Where you want to lay your head

You won’t always have to carry me
In asleep from the car
Or piggy back me down the road
When my little legs can’t walk that far

So cherish every cuddle
Remember them all
One day, Mummy and Daddy
I won’t be this small

It’s the little memories that will last a lifetime.

Spiritual Quotes To Live By

  Father Sayings:  L   

Like father, like son.

Little feet leave the biggest footprints in our hearts.

Lucy, Seth, Joey & Tyler
Spiritual Quotes To Live By

  Sayings About Fathers:  M   

My child is my rainbow, my ray of light in the darkest storms.

My fingers may be small.. but I can still wrap daddy around them.

Paul & Lucy (2003)
Spiritual Quotes To Live By

  Father Sayings:  N   

Nothing makes a woman love a man more than… seeing how much he loves their children.

Spiritual Quotes To Live By

  Father Sayings:  S   

Small boys become big men, through the influence of big men, who care about small boys.

Some superheroes don’t have capes, they are called dad.

Spiritual Quotes To Live By

Father Sayings:  W   

When I was…
Four years old: my daddy can do anything.
Five years old: my daddy knows a whole lot.
Six years old: my dad is smarter than your dad.
Eight years old: my dad doesn’t know exactly everything.
Ten years old: in the olden days, when my dad grew up, things were sure different.
Twelve years old: oh well, naturally, Dad doesn’t know anything about that, he is too old to remember his childhood.
Fourteen years old: don’t pay any attention to my dad, he is so old-fashioned.
Twenty-one years old: him? My Lord, he’s hopelessly out of date.
Twenty-five years old: dad knows about it, but then he should, because he has been around so long.
Thirty years old: maybe we should ask Dad what he thinks, after all, he’s had a lot of experience.
Thirty-five years old: I’m not doing a single thing until I talk to Dad.
Forty years old: I wonder how Dad would have handled it, he was so wise.
Fifty years old: I’d give anything if Dad were here now so I could talk this over with him. Too bad I didn’t appreciate how smart he was. I could have learned a lot from him.

Without my kids.. tomorrow wouldn’t be worth the wait and yesterday wouldn’t be worth remembering.

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