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A Father's Great Advices to his Daughter





v  You are not better than anyone, and no one is better than you.

v  It’s not the quantity of friends that matter, It’s the quality.

v  You can tell a lot about someone by their shoes.

v  Make sure yours are always polished.

v  When people talk to you, listen to them.

v  Live to eat, not the other way around.

v  People remember how you make them feel. Never forget that.

v  Don’t gossip. Except with me. I love that stuff.

v  Go with your gut. It’s very rarely wrong.

v  Go to university, attend with confidence, and have fun. But get good grades. A degree will take you places.

v  Take responsibility for your actions and apologize when you’re in the wrong.

v  Don’t be afraid to fail.

v  Repeat after me: I Can Accomplish Anything.

v  Don’t take yourself too seriously.

v  Never judge people you don’t know unless you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.

v  Don’t let a day go by without Praying to Lord.

v  Always bring your own dessert when you go to Gran and Grandad’s for dinner.

v  Learn how to say “NO”.

v  Read lots of books.

v  When it comes to relationships, don’t settle quickly. Wait for the one that takes your breath.

v  Rules are made to be broken. Except mine.

v  I’ve always got your back.

v  If you’re not comfortable talking about it, you shouldn’t be doing it.

v  Always have something that’s just for you, be it writing, reading crafting, or something equally awesome. And make time for it. It’ll do wonders for you.

v  Never lose your sense of humor.

v  Even when I’m gone, I’ll always be with you.

v  Everything is going to be okay.


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