When a child says, "Mom, I can't do it."
A mother will answer, "Yes you can!"
When a child says, "Mama, I failed."
A mother will reply, "A failure means you didn't try."
When a child says, "Mommy, no one wants me to here."
A mother will tell, "Just be patient. Be yourself."
When a child says, "Mother, am I ugly?"
A mother will question, "Am I ugly?"
Mothers are really the most stubborn human beings. They never answered their children the way their children asked of them. They never listened to our complaints, our doubts and our fears.
When a child says, "I hate you Mom! Wish I have an option to choose a mother!"
A mother will utter, "I LOVE YOU SO. You are the best gift God has given me."
A mother knows her child, like our Father in Heaven knows us. Maybe that's the reason why HE created our MOTHERS.
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY TO OUR MOTHERS !!!
How do you forget someone ?
You must learn to live with it.
Letting go is not the end of a relationship…It is being free.
December 8 is one of the most celebrated feast day in Roman Catholic church. It is the feast of our Lady; the mother of Jesus, our God. This is the day, our mother Mary was conceived by her parents, St. Joaquin and St. Anne. The feast is called “Immaculate Conception”.
I believed that just as the date and place of birth is important to every human being, the date and place of conception should be given an important recognition too.
The start of life begins in conception. The meeting of the egg and sperm are in a race with a million others to become one.
During conception, our parents were present body, mind and soul. While at birth our father has the option to be there or not. It won’t make any difference at all.
Our conception can sometimes be called a “wanted”, or a “planned” and or an “accident”.
I wondered how it was for my parents at the beginning before I was conceived. It must have been in late February, the month of love. And I was proud to be conceived in the season of love.
Where was I conceived?
Was I wanted?
Did my parents truly love each other the time I was conceived?
The questions never end. The answers were never known. It exists only in the secret record in my mind. It will always be a mystery. And I wouldn’t mind because I know that anything is possible. And EVERYTHING IS A BLESSING.
***inspired by Robert Fulghum writings
Once upon a time there was...
A fairy who likes to tinker.
A princess whose as white as snow.
A queen who wants to "let it go".
Cinderella never asked for a prince
Elsa and Anna don't need a man to save them
Pocahontas didn't have a happy ending.
Jasmine kissed a villain
Maleficent was a princess that never saved
Eugene was brought by a horse to Rapunzel, not destiny
Fairy tales are true
Yes they do come true
In our real world.