This Man Wearing a Red Jacket, Re-Studying Fractions So He Can Teach His Son.

Today, the man wearing a red jacket got on the subway, he opened his folder and started reading 🧐 a sheet of quiz paper of his son, he keeps reading on it and he doesn't still understand a quiz of his son.
A few stops later a man got on and asked him “what are you studying for? You look confused, maybe I can help?” He said my son just failed a math test, and I am re-studying fractions so I can teach him. I am 42 years old and I don’t remember any of this, so I am reteaching myself. The guy in the black informed him that he use to be a math teacher, and would help quiz him. 
Everything the man in the red got wrong, it was broken down and corrected for him. By the end of the train 🚊 ride, the man had a better understanding. He had a new method to come home with to teach his son. It’s the little things like this that I love seeing because most people could care less about what the person next to them is going through. ❤️❤️❤️

Dad. When you say his name aloud, you realize how much he means to you.
In a beautiful way, his love comes in many shades. This is the man who teaches you how to lead, respect others and always stand up for yourself. On the same day or even the same hour, he morphs into your action-packed friend who is always down to play, on the court or at a father-daughter dance-a-thon.

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“Every dad, if he takes time out of his busy life to reflect upon his fatherhood, can learn ways to become an even better dad.” —Jack Baker.

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