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What is a mother?

dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 9,833
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:31 AM in Matters of the Heart
I was trying to come up with the right words that describe our mothers. I found this and it says things much better than I could

It takes a Mother's Love
to make a house a home,
A place to be remembered,
no matter where we roam.

It takes a Mother's Patience,
to bring a child up right,
And her Courage and her Cheerfulness
to make a dark day bright.
It takes a Mother's Thoughtfulness
to mend the heart's deep "hurts,"
And her Skill and her Endurance
to mend little socks and shirts.

It takes a Mother's Kindness
to forgive us when we err,
To sympathize in trouble
and bow her head in prayer.

It takes a Mother's Wisdom
to recognize our needs
And to give us reassurance
by her loving words and deeds.

It takes a Mother's Endless Faith,
her Confidence and Trust
To guide us through the pitfalls
of selfishness and lust.

And that is why in all this world
there could not be another
Who could fulfill God's purpose
as completely as a MOTHER!

Ron DiLauro Spine-Health System Administrator
I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences
You can email me at: rdilauro@veritashealth.com


  • i love mine to bits and she is 83year old.
    even to this day if she says jump we all say how high!!!
    its her words and wisdom that have got me to were i am today and yes i am raring my kids with the exact same morals of life as she taught me.
    ((including myself!!!))

    LOVE P
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