MyMother My World
MyMother My World
Asmuch as there are a variety of answers to the question as to whypeople love their mothers, such responses as she breastfed andcarried me in her womb for nine months and taught me good manners areoften expected (Lickona, 2012). I attribute my love for the mother toher honesty, kindness, and caring virtues as honest as the day, asbeautiful as a blazing sunset, and as loving as the firefly`s spark,my mother has been instrumental in my nurturing, and I can’t stoploving her for that.
IfI say the sound of the word “mother” excites as much as itinspires me, it is because I perceive it as a symbol of love andcare mother has been there for me during my moments of sickness,walking me into hospitals and providing nursing services back at hometill my recovery. In any case, she is as nice as a true friend andher kindness and care are among the most valuable qualities I haveever tapped.
Ican’t remember any instance mother frowned and neglected me forhurting or disagreeing with her rather, she forgave, reminded methat respect was key, opened up her arms, and provided for myemotional, physical, and supervisory needs incessantly. That is howloving and responsible my mother is she has been, is, and willalways be like a God to me and I love her dearly for that!
WheneverI am stressed, mother unwinds it all the thought of her pure lovefor me, the sight of her beauty, the sensation set in by heremotions, and the one fact that she is as caring as blooming flowersare fair doses of antidotes to my psychological traumas.
Indeed,the good character and honesty possessed by my mother have been thepillars to my upbringing she has aided my development (positively)to who I am today and that is enough reason to regard her as mymentor, counselor, and teacher-she is my world! Notwithstanding,every mother who yearns to raise a child effectively should adopt herqualities.
Lickona,T. (2012). Raisinggood children: From birth through the teenage years.New York: Bantam Publishing.