Mom is the closest, dearest and dearest person to each of us. And it does not matter whether we are small children or already adults, independent people – no one in the world is more precious than her.
Mom is a great word that carries a lot of light, warmth and love. All that we have is all that mother gave us. She gave each person the most valuable thing – life.
No wonder many writers and poets of distant times and modern times talk about the mother as a shrine. And how many songs sound in her honor. In every line of the song or a simple poem, my mother is idolized.
Thanks to their mothers, we have learned to write and read, to solve all sorts of problems that occur on the path of life. We have learned to distinguish evil from good and have managed to treat people around us kindly. My mother taught me to appreciate life and every moment lived. She taught us how to work and be responsible people. It was Mom who taught us to appreciate people, take care
of loved ones, not to offend kids and respect the elders.
Each of us is grateful to his mother and beloved mother for all the great things she does, for all the light and all the warmth that she began to give us even when we were not born. We should be grateful to our mothers for all the warmth, for her love and affection, which she gives us for free.
Mom is a ray of light on a dark and rainy day. She is a personal Guardian Angel who helps us in the most difficult moments of our life. It protects and advises in those moments when we stumble. Mummy is a little man who will always listen and support. She rejoices at the successes and supports at the moment of defeat. Mom loves that we are just her children.
My mother is my pride. She is my support and support. She loves me just like that, no matter what. Mom forgives me for my most misdemeanors and mistakes in life.
It’s a pity that we very often allow ourselves to offend our mothers and do not even think about that we hurt her with our words, ugly deeds and senseless and rash tricks.
It’s also insulting that we often share our
successes with outsiders for us, and we bring our defeats, resentments and disappointments to it, to the brightest and brightest star. Why do we make mistakes so often and hurt our mothers? After all, we must appreciate every moment spent with the closest, dearest and dearest person.
Do not ever forget your mothers, because they never forget their children.
Being a mother is a vocation, which, unfortunately, not everyone appreciates. Is it possible to call the mother that woman who gave birth, gave up her child or worse, threw him into the trash? Is it possible to call a woman a real mother, if instead of acquiring something for her baby, she tries to please herself only, get drunk and abuse her child? Does it deserve the honorary title of MAMA that constantly mocking the child, beats and scolds him even for the most innocent misdemeanors? Is it possible to call a real mother the one who puts her happiness and well-being above the happiness of her own child? Does this woman deserve to be a mother if she allows others to mock the native man? No. A real mother will never betray, cheat, replace or hurt her baby, she will never appreciate her freedom more than a child. A real mother, she will always protect her baby and will not let anyone hurt her. That’s who the real, loving and caring mother is.
It is just such kind, honest, loving, caring and sincere mothers you just need to worship. For such mothers, you need to pray daily, hourly and every second.
My mother deserves only praise and attention to herself, because she gave me absolutely everything that the child needs. She gave me a lot of love, tenderness and affection. She surrounded me with care and in difficult moments of life, she is always ready to take me under her tender mother’s wing and help me with advice. Yes there, she can just listen and support. Only my mother sincerely rejoices at my victories and achievements. Only she can give really valuable advice. No friends and girlfriends can replace such happiness – just be close to the most beloved and dear to me person.
Love your mothers!