She does not let you wander off whether you are 6, 16, or 60. She is always on duty. She is a MOTHER. She is Love. She is Compassion. She is Pure. She is Nature. She is Virtuous. And yes, she is Perfect Cook. No one can ever replace the taste of the food cooked by your Mother.
To celebrate the motherhood or the maternal bonds, and the contribution of the mothers for the family and society, Mother’s Day is celebrated. It is marked worldwide to thank the mother’s contribution to the world. Nowadays mother’s day cards and gifts are easily available in the market. It is commercialized in a big way to an emphasis on the sentiments.
Celebrating mother’s day originated by the effort of two women, Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis, USA. Their hard work paid off when President of the USA, Woodrow Wilson officially announced to celebrate it. He proclaimed on May 8, 1914, to celebrate it on the second Sunday in May to encourage pacifism and disarmament amongst women.
Celebrated in Different Countries on Different Dates
Nowadays, it is celebrated on different days across the globe in honor of walking miracles. In India, it is celebrated on the second Sunday in May with the USA and many other nations. The majority of Arab countries celebrated it on 21st March while most of the European countries celebrated it on the 8th of March.
How do we celebrate it?
Children make efforts to celebrate it and make it memorable to their mothers. They give greetings, cards, flowers, chocolates, jewelry, and clothing. Since a mother gives great pleasures every day to her child, some take their mother out for dinner or lunch. Some tots clean their house and give handmade cards to their mom.
If you are far away from your home, just make a call to your mother, it suffixes a big smile on her face.
Many different but innovative programs organized by different organizations to give tribute to women from different fields.
The mother brings colors of the rainbow on earth for their young ones. She expects that they must carry the values, intellectual and moral education given by her.
Someone remarked in honor of her mother as, “I think in a lot of ways unconditional love is a myth. My mom’s the only reason I know it’s a real thing.”