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Saturday, May 12, 2012
GOD'S GIFT OF LOVE
Mothers actually invented multitasking long before this competency came up in the world of computer engineering. When God created woman He knows that she will need amazing power to comply with her calling when she builds her own home. A mother never existed until her children were born. Although evolution failed to transform her for more pairs of hands and she may not be as explicit as most automated appliance in our household, God gave her all the essential requirements she needs to perform her duty as a mother. She has a strength that can hold children on her lap at one time; eyes to see through it that her children are safe; smile and kisses that can mend anything; intelligence so she can reason and conciliate to stand up for iniquity and discrimination; tear to express happiness and loneliness when someone succeeds or fails. A mother has a pure heart so she can love unconditionally.
Because most mothers stay at home, fathers delegated their authority and the responsibility to discipline rests on their shoulders. This makes them more certain when it comes to administration of corrections. Our mother may scold us for something, denies our happiness and pleasures or hurt our feelings it is because mothers know what is best for us. A mother always has to think many times before making the right decisions for her children. The art of bringing up is very much part of a mother’s love and concern for our lives. When a mother disciplines her children she is not despising them but their act of disobedience and misbehavior. Although very difficult and painful, a mother will always be ready to agonize the pain of her children's intense animosity, disrespects, and rebellious nature and will hold unshakably to her responsibility and will kiss the offense goodbye into everlasting mercy and forgiveness.
When God gave us our mothers He sent out somebody to help us carry our afflictions and adversities, to teach us the power of encouragement and determination, to console us and alleviate every pain and failures and to initiate our future so we can attain our triumphs. Sometimes a mother seems importunate because she persistently remembers the things we should do, she asks too many questions though she already knows and at times we branded her killjoy to our own gratifications and happiness.
Have we realized that being a mother is the toughest job a person can have? It’s a job that requires a lot of sacrifice, sufferings, trials, strengths, kindness and understanding. It’s an assignment that denies a person her right to demand, to rest, to complain, to surrender. It’s a calling that never seems to get easier in spite of all those years of experience with no respite, no delay, no day off even for sickness and recovery. She will not desert you. Some fathers may turn his back on his family, relatives become incorrigible nemesis, husbands may abandon their wives and vice versa but a mother's love lasts through all. She is the truest friend we can have and she will never forsake us even when friends who revel with us in our sunshine desert us. She will cling to us no matter what happens for better or for worst.
My personal perception of our present generation of young people today is the lost of conscience and sense of moral caring for the mother. The realization of the truth that no one else in the world can ever take her place. That a mother is worth a hundred schoolmasters because she can show us the way to learn about strengths that we didn't know we had, and dealing with inferiorities so that we can see optimism and confidence in life. She will always be the guardian angel of the family so she can lead each of us to compassion, morality and paradigms. The most resilient and enduring rock, a warrior and a survivor. A mother is not just creation of the divine mystery of reproduction. She is God’s gift of love to us.
"Dance like nobody's watching; love like you've never been hurt; sing like nobody's listening and live like it's heaven on earth.
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