Sunday, May 11, 2014
The Importance of Mothers:Mother's Day History
It is no secret that mothers are some of the most unappreciated people in the world. It may be inadvertently so, but that still does not make the situation any less depraved. Mothers, as a people, are some of the most hard working and committed members of our society. They say a mother’s love is unconditional. This is true. A mother will do anything in their power to make sure that their offspring has the best life they can provide. They will stay up late with you while you are sick. They will come at each and every beck or call. They will nurse and ensure that you survive as a kid and they will always be there to give you prudent and very valuable life advise if you will only listen. They never take a day off from being a mother nor do they have holidays. Their job as a mother is on twenty four hours a day and it goes on from the day you are conceived till the day one of you passes on. There is no ‘off’ switch for a mother. She will love and protect you with more intensity and fierceness than she does herself. That is how strong a mother’s love is. That is why it wouldn’t hurt to take a day and simply appreciate everything they do for us. Mothers ask very little of us and yet give so much. A day spent pampering your mother and waiting on her is a little imbalanced but it is a start. Mothers day wishes are some of the best ways to show your mother that you are thinking about them on that special day that is set aside, just for her. Besides buying her flowers, (red carnations for living mothers and white carnations for our dearly departed mothers) and candy, take the time to send a few mothers day wishes your mom’s way. It will light up her day and make her smile. She will know that her years of toiling have not gone unnoticed.