A Mother's Love
Posted on April 16 2018
She is strength, she nurtures, she is beauty, she protects, she is a friend, she is gentle, she is a healer, she is a role model, she is tender, she listens, she is an anchor, she is graceful, she understands, she is a teacher, she is safety, she is compassionate, she is trustworthy, she is confident, she is humble, she is devoted, she is laughter, she is the sunrise and sunset, she is peace, she is unconditional, she is tears, she is a hard worker, she is selfless, she is wisdom, she is happiness, she is love itself.
I am eternally grateful for the powerful role model and best friend in my Mother, to the women around me and the women I have seen along my journey thus far who have shaped my values, beliefs and vision in life.
Mother's Day is a time to reflect on and celebrate all the amazing women in our lives who have made us who we are today. Whether it is your mother, step mother, grandmother, sister, aunty, cousin, friend, role model it is a day to celebrate and be grateful for all the wonderful mother figures in our lives who have shaped us in such a profound, meaningful and permanent way.
“To describe my mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power. Or the climbing, falling colours of a rainbow.” ~ Maya Angelou
Mother Earth is another mother who sustains life on this planet for us all and we can also show her the love and respect she deserves. From the seas to the skies, the forests to the mountains, there are plenty of reasons to love Mother Earth this Mother's Day.
About the Author: Vinita is the Founder of Bhumi Organic Cotton and passionate about Earth Life Balance.
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