The mother is that important person who sacrificed
for you and fell
in love with you
when you were a toddler filled with tantrums.
Unsurprisingly, that day is called "
Mother's Day". To that school where we learn without being taught, to that cave that ends with
warm tenderness, to the sunshine ...
In the early stages of our life, we cannot forget that person who changed our diapers
, stayed up
us and sacrificed with everything she had just for us.
We sometimes extol our mother's sacrifices from when we were
infants, yet, we cannot describe her "real" sacrifices and hardships unless we experience them.
In the middle of the night
, when the world seems unpopulated and when everyone else is
asleep, she remains awake to check our needs when we are sick.
And even if she is a weak human being physically, she still manages to gather all her strength and do
a lot of work
for her children, us.
We cannot count every deed our mothers did
to let us live better.
Simply the world will not spin
the secondary stages of our lives
, when we first got exposed to the world around us as teenagers, our mothers created the path for us that was up to us to follow
are the sunshine and water that nurture our trees.
And the stem that supports
us during our path in life.
Our mothers are those who have established extremely high standards for us so that we always feel
Even the Prophet said "The heaven lies under the feet of the mothers" making them the most parable character on planet earth, which
Do you remember the person who was there on the parent-teacher attendance sheet, and maybe
the only one? Yes, it was your mother.
Martin Luther King was taught how to read by his mother before he started school.---Though it would have been great, he has never been president!
On the contrary, neither one of
the children, would prefer to be busy with the politics than
our mothers sophisticated utopian world, where we hope to live until
Undeniably, our mothers have taught us lessons of forgiveness, faith and morality
Those lessons need to be taught as
curriculum in schools.
This is absolutely beautiful! I sure hope your mother gets a copy of it!