The Role of a Mother Can’t Be Described in Words

The Role of a Mother Can't Be Described in Words

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Thirty years ago, I took birth on this Earth, watching everyone around me so innocently as a stranger. But that touch – the touch which held me as a child in her hand was known, lovable, soothing and caring to be more than enough to be in this world. Like everyone’s mother, my mother too took great care of me since my birth. Life is full of struggle for every mother in this world as she has to sacrifice her real self to be the stronger and more tolerable version of herself than before to get along well with her baby. Being a child, I was unaware of the hardships of my mother, but as soon as I became a mother, I got to realize how much pain she had to bear in nurturing us. It is rightly said that “Mother is the heartbeat in the home, and without her, there is no heartthrob.” The role of the mother is not confined to the baby only; she has to undergo various challenges of mundane life. She is the only person who stands by her kids in their good times as well as in their bad times too. I have always been amazed to see how mothers can be so sacrificing because from the beginning of the day till the ending, they keep themselves engrossed in work so much as they are never tired. Even if they are in pain, they hardly let anyone know about their situation in the family. Mothers also are the emotional backbone of the family. They support everyone’s feelings in a family. Family members can certainly tell their emotions to a mother without worry. An individual can share almost any secret with a mother. This is because mothers have a huge level of trust with their family. Furthermore, mothers have an extremely forgiving nature.
Hence this is true that their place in a child’s life is irreplaceable, and their contributions are immeasurable.

I am sending my love for all the beautiful mothers everywhere!

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