Monday, May 4, 2009

MOTHERS

Mothers are what makes the world go round - or at the very least, Mothers are what keeps the world going….

 

Mothers nurture… they love us no matter what.

They KNOW what is good instinctively, constantly helping circumstances along, trying to keep peace…

Mothers are devoted to their cause…

Mothers exercise their passions from the heart!

 

This Mothers Day, it is time to recognize Mothers that nurture in the not-so-traditional sense… Happy Mothers Day to those “Mothers” that do not always get the recognition they deserve for the above-mentioned qualities…

 

The Mother that has adopted her children… and knows that they are her “real” children…

 

The Mother that “raises” her step-children doing her best to get along with the past life of her Beloved and making a future for continued generations.

 

The Foster Mother dedicated to helping children through some of life’s most complicated situations.

 

The Mother that made a heart-wrenching decision to give her baby to an adoptive family that will give her child a home with advantages and stability…

 

The “Mother” that  endlessly has a soft place in her heart and nutures the animals…. pets, wildlife, even flocks of sheep!

 

The Mother that does not get to see her children… yet, does not stop loving them…

 

The mother that could not have children of her own, but found other ways to nurture…

 

Beth Terry (FakePlasticFish.com) used her own situation to “give birth” to ideas that nurture… her friends call her “Mother of the Earth” in spite of her status of not having children.  She has asked Oprah to help her cause…. See her story here.

Happy Mothers Day!

 

3 comments:

Lisa Sharp said...

Great post!! I love that you included Beth!

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Chris said...

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