Letter from a father to his daughter, a Harvard graduate

Letter from a father to his daughter, a Harvard graduate

October 28, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


My dearest Lauren Lou, From the day you were born you captured
our hearts with an infectious smile that soon developed into the warmest hug.
I used to remind myself that the day would come when I would find myself
missing you the little girl who would sing around
the house or write plays for others to perform; the girl who was at times so
hungry but unable to decide what she was hungry for; the girl who adores her baby
sister My dearest Lauren I appreciate your
integrity, your passion, and your love for Jesus. I expect great things from you, not
great as defined by the world drunk on its own materialism, but great on a
deeper level. I expect you to live truthfully, to face your imperfections
head-on, to be real and authentic in your relationships; I expect you to call home I will close with some guidelines: life
is not fair get used to it. Always treat people with
respect and be nice to everyone. Maintain balance in your life.
Always keep your personal integrity, it defines who you are. Do something with
your career that you’re passionate about never let money be the motivator for
what you decide to do: success is determined by how you contribute to
making someone else’s life better my dear Lauren, today is one of the best
days of our lives. You have exceeded our highest hopes and dreams. Thank you for
bringing so much joy into our lives with all my love, your dad