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 Post subject: On mothers
PostPosted: Sat Mar 19, 2011 11:38 am 
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I have been reflecting on my mother taking the walk last september. I remember all the times people have said that motherhood keeps a woman from reaching her full potential, all the times that I have hard the words that "she is JUST a housewife and mother." This attitude really burns my biscuits!

Woman have the creative power of psychical life, and mothers are mother Earths embodiment in the delivery of her children. Motherhood is the single most important, demanding and unappreciated job on the planet.

So from me, my respect, my deep and sincere thanks to all you mothers out there. May the Creator bless, and keep you and your children safe from harm.

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 Post subject: Re: On mothers
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Quote Thunder:
"Motherhood is the single most important, demanding and unappreciated job on the planet."

Thunder, thank you for your tribute to motherhood. I think we all do our best to raise our children. There are a lot of turning points. When they graduate from high school or college. When they leave home. When they get married. And perhaps the most amazing of all....when we hold a grandchild in our arms.

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 Post subject: Re: On mothers
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Thunder I agree, my mother is about as great as they come, my wife is a great mother to my children, and my oldest Daughter is now a mother the circle as they say is now completed in a way and the line continues.

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 Post subject: Re: On mothers
PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2011 12:21 am 
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That's a lovely tribute to your mother and all mothers Thunder...

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 Post subject: Re: On mothers
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Thanks everyone, I get melancholy some times thinking about this.

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