A Father

In a small town, there is a man lives with his little daughter. Every day, he escorts her to her school and she looks back at him after entering the gate and gives a charming smile. That smile makes his day complete. And he goes back to his work.

He takes his blazer, shirt, and pant off and gets dressed again for his work. He works till afternoon and goes to receive his little daughter from school. He gets lunch for her and leaves her at the home. He continues his work till the sun stops showing up. He goes back to his daughter and spends time with her.

One day, the daughter asks him, “Why do you wear the same blazer and pant daily, papa?” He looks at her, smirks and says, “Because this blazer keeps me motivated and reminds me to pick you up every day and this pant, it is stitched by some serious designers who gifted me.” She laughs and asks again, “How does it motivate you, papa?” He replies, “It shows an image of yours, smiling at me.” She says, “Oh, wonderful! Take care of this blazer then. I reside in it. Hahaha…” 

Well, this seems like a normal story in which a father loves her daughter. Now, let’s check his father’s wardrobe. There was no other blazer. You just read that he would get lunch for her daily. He never got it for himself. He would go to work and get redressed for his job. He was working in a construction site at which he would carry kilos of bricks. And the best part is, the daughter didn’t know about it. 

You don’t have to wear a uniform or costume or save a city to become a real hero.



By Shubham Paul

I'm a wizard who doesn't know magic tricks. I spend my day with my coffee and my work. I just love what I do.

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