The #1 Reason Why You Can Never Love Your Mom More Than She DoesTuesday, May 09, 2017
The Tragedy that Stole My Mom's Dreams of the FutureMy father died young through a tragic accident 10 days after my 7th birthday. My little brother was 3 at that time. Imagine the pain, lost dreams, and unfulfilled plans my mom had gone through raising two little children.
I told you this is hard for me to write. Life has been tough on her. I couldn't grasp the sorrow and misery she had gone through all those years.
The Fighter and the Foolish
I could never understand why some people have the guts to bring others down. Let alone a struggling mother who is already at the lowest point of her life.
A little piece advice: It's never wise to bring others down. You'll never know what they have gone through or are going through in life. If you can't say something nice then zip it up!
Lemons to LemonadesI know my mom is a fighter. She never fails to give off a happy facade and loud laugh despite the many challenges she went through. I truly admire her resilience. Life had given her lemons but she turned it into lemonades.
She never remarried because she wanted to protect me from evil. She made sure that we finish our studies to have better lives for ourselves. Well, we turned out just fine. My little brother is now a ship captain seafaring all over the world. And me, well you can read my 'About Me' page. Haha!
We could never reciprocate the love our mom had for us. It has been said,
The #1 Reason Why You Can Never Love Your Mom More Than She Does
It's obvious to me that my mom had made so many sacrifices. She gave up her life, future and everything else for ours.
We could never outgive the love our moms had for us. That's the truth! So this Mother's Day or even today, why don't we give our moms a touch, a call, an act of love to show her we appreciate her for all the love she unselfishly gave us.
P.S.: Post Inspired by Dia&Co.