A mother is an epitome of love, affection and purity. English language has never prescribed any words which equal the love of a mother for her child. Mother’s love has no equals. We have read many fairytales fables which describe the love of a mother and how it s unparalleled.
But we do not realize that stories are created in our own homes. We do not realize the importance of our own mothers who toil hard all day to fulfill our needs and wants.
How fascinating is this that a mother keeps you in her body before you are born. Practically we all are a part of our mother’s bodies. She incubates us for nine months before we were finally capable to land in this world.
A mother vows her entire life to her children and even forgets about her passions, dreams and ambitions so that she can help her children fulfill their dreams.
Science has still not found that why mother’s love cannot be quantified, there are some things beyond the seams of science and science will never be able to justify the love a mother’s heart can hold. Even when children commit innumerable mistakes a mother always accepts her child with open arms and hearts.
It is often noticed that after giving birth, mothers become more empathetic and kind because they can relate more to these emotions. She gives all of her while she expects nothing from us.
Such is the selfless love of a mother. She fights the whole world for her children. She is like a one-man army and tries to protect her children singlehandedly to the maximum extent. It is amazing to watch how she takes the stand of her children everywhere she can. She is not afraid of fighting any power that comes in between.
A mother’s love is miraculous. It has powers to weave magic in the life of every individual. She is the epitome of love, affection, patience. She even forgoes changes in her own body to give life to you and is a mother’s loves. The saying ‘the hand that rocks the cradle rules the worlds’ is very apt.
Mothers have the power in them to revolutionize everything. She can fight for her child to death and she can also fight the world for her child. It is so heartening to see the cries of a mother when her baby is hurt. She actually feels the pain of her children as if it was her own. She never hesitates to kill her desires for her children.
Even if she has one piece of roti in her plate and her child wants more; she gives the one piece of roti, without any hesitation to her child.
The list of sacrifices a mother makes is endless. But still I will try to explain the daily struggle she undergoes to gives us a comfortable life. First, she wakes up early in the morning to do some preparations for the day. Then she wakes us up. In the meantime, she packs Tiffin for us.
She then helps us to get ready. She cleans the mess that we leave behind every day, that too without a complaint. Then she cooks foods for all of us and pack daddy’s Tiffin. She sees that the complete home remains neat and clean. When we return from our school, she is there for us with delicious lunch in her hands and smiling lips on her face.
She welcomes us with an aura so positive that she actually makes my day. Her attitude towards life is so positive and rejuvenating that it actually inspires me to always try something new in life. She then goes on to ask us what happened in school and interacts with us.
A mother always remains a mother, even when her children turn 60. No matter how much her children may grow up but her experiences are always better than her children. She is always the guiding light, the advisor, the dawn of rational in our lives.
Without her involvement in our lives, we would live a life wasted. A life without a mother is hard and tough. There is no explanation to the fact that a mother is always the first teacher in her child’s life. The first word that a child learns to utter is ‘Ma’ or ‘Mom’. Even when she/he is not taught to spell out this world; she/he always does.
This is the beauty of this pious relationship. It is pure as white and beautiful as heaven. No relationship in the world is as pious and beautiful as that of a mother and her children. Without mothers, no life is practically possible on Earth. We owe our lives to our mothers who have done so much for us that it is actually impossible to measure it and repay her.
There are many mothers that the world has come to know who are an inspiration to many others for their strength and patience. Mother Teresa, a Nobel missionary spent all her life helping others. She considered all men and women her children and it is heart rending to see the impact she left on our minds.
Mrs. Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi, the lady Prime Minister of India; carried the responsibility of India on her shoulders very well along with managing a household.
She is an epitome of perfection. Mary Kom, who pursued her passion of boxing even after having two small kids to take care of; managed everything and hence gained recognition and respect for her passion of boxing, Mrs. Aditi Gowatrikar, who won the India International pageant was a mother of a small kid she gave birth.
Even with the pressure of keeping her body in slim shape and tending to her child, she did exceptionally well in the pageant contest as well. The largest lingerie brand in the world, The Victoria’s Secret Fashion show gave a chance to a 4-month pregnant model to walk the runway. I guess these examples just reinstate our faith in a mother’s strength.