A father is often the silent hero in our life, the one whose love is steadfast and unwavering, even if unspoken. He is the rock upon which we build our dreams, the steady hand that guides us through life’s storms. From the first steps we take, his strength and sacrifices lay the foundation of our courage and resilience. His wisdom, imparted through quiet moments and life lessons, shapes our values and decisions. A father’s presence is a constant reminder of what it means to love selflessly, to give without expecting anything in return. Though his love might not always be expressed in words, it is felt deeply in every act of care, protection, and support. In his eyes, we see pride; in his embrace, we find security; and in his footsteps, we find the path to becoming our best self. A father’s love is a precious gift, a legacy that we carry forward in our hearts, forever grateful for the man who taught us what it means to truly live and love.


And so at White Lotus International School students celebrated Father’s Day to honor and appreciate the important role a father plays in their life. Celebrating Father’s Day with art and craft activities provides children with a creative outlet to express their love and gratitude. These activities not only help in strengthening the bond between father and children but also allow kids to explore their artistic talents, create lasting memories, and develop a deeper appreciation for their father’s contributions and sacrifices.
Our kindergartners and primary grade students crafted paper wallets for their dads, each one filled with the greatest treasure of all: heartfelt messages of appreciation and love. Middle school students created cards, with some showing their creativity by making pinwheels adorned with their dads’ wonderful attributes. Senior grade students also made cards, while others painted T-shirts or expressed their feelings through stone art. It was a truly nostalgic day at school, enveloped in an atmosphere of blissful gratitude, reminding us of the vital role a father plays in our life and how fortunate we are to have them.