Why did God create mothers? I think God created mothers
because she is Godís love in action.
A mother is always there
when the whole world turns
against you. Her shoulders are
broad for you to lean on when
you are sad. Her eyes see
beyond what others see. You are
the most beautiful creature in her
sight. She listens to you with
her heart. She dies to her wants
and her rights so that you may
have abundant, happy life, and
yet she finds joy in doing it. A
mother cries because God gave
her tears to shed when life is hard.
She doesnít give up. She was
born with conflicting emotions--to
lose herself or to give you the
best of life.
Every night and day, she
thought about you. She
worries about your food,
shelter, comfort and those
whom you love. She wants to
shield you from the storm, and
chases the shadows away that
threaten to dampen your day.
A mother knows that sheís not
perfect, yet she struggles to be one.
Her home is where her children find
comfort and love. Her love is
unconditional even if her children reject
her. Her tomorrow depends on what
she plants today.
Her touch can spell magic. It
has healing powers. She disciplines,
teaches, feeds her children but
always with a loving touch. Her
children emulate her, and she is the
beacon in her home.
When she grows old, she is so
blessed if she spends her last remaining
days with her loved ones and not in the
care of strangers. Sheís not certain of
tomorrow but she must go on loving.
No one was born into this world without a mother. If you are not
a mother, you must have a mother.
Motherís day was proclaimed in the
1890 by Julia Ward Howe.
Motherís day is celebrated in
different days and months in different
countries worldwide. The most popular
mothers day celebration here in the
Philippines is every second Sunday of
Your mother is Godís wonderful
gift. She is only here today, and gone