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Monday, April 30, 2012

Mother’s Day 2012-How do you define your mother?


We are approaching one of the most known spring seasonRose and envelope holidays in the United States. Called Mother’s Day not only is it the most recognized but it is one of the most commercialized with high profits.
But when you take all of that out of the equation and get right down to knowing what a mother is it can be very life changing and it can give you a greater respect and love for having a mother in your life. Now your mother does not have to be one that who has birth you. This is why every one has their own definition of a mother.


Here is a definition what a mother is:

A mother is someone to shelter and guide us,
To love us, whatever we do,
With a warm understanding and infinite patience
And wonderful gentleness, too.
How often a mother means swift reassurance
In soothing our small, childish fears,
How tenderly mothers watch over their children
And treasure them all through the years!
The heart of a mother is full of forgiveness
For any mistake, big or small,
And generous always in helping her family,
Whose needs she has placed above all.
A mother can utter a word of compassion
And make all our cares fall away,
She can brighten a home with the sound of her laughter
And make life delightful and gay.
A mother possesses incredible wisdom
And wonderful insight and skill -
In each human heart is that one special corner
Which only a mother can fill!
~By Katherine Nelson Davis
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So as we come upon this Mother’s Day 2012 we need to give serious thought as to how we define a mother. The above poem gives some real deep seated explanations as to what a mother is.
My prayer to all the mothers around the world is to be blessed, healthy and prosperous each and every day and know that God is with you.


Happy Mother’s Day


Ann Moses
"Bringing hope to women & men all around the world who suffer with menopause and hot flashes."

2 comments:

  1. Such beautiful words,Ann. You brought tears to my eyes. Couldn't have said it any better. My mom has severe dementia so I try to remember the way she was before the horrible disease set in. I'm a mom too, so you reminded me what a true blessing it is to be a mom. Thank you!

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    1. Hi Robin, this is one of the best ways to reflect on the good memories of our mother when she is in failing heath. To you have a blessed Mother's Day.

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