23 August 2014

Invariably Invaluable

"How beautifully everything is arranged by Nature; as soon as a child enters the world, it finds a mother ready to take care of it." ~ Jules Michelet 

Thank you tse rin for sharing this photo in your Google+ page; DON'T use the sharpness of your TONGUE on the mother who taught you to speak, and you know it really meant a lot not only to me but to every individual of us. That's why I commented a two-word sentence; 'Invariably Invaluable.'

As quoth by Abraham Lincoln, "All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel mother," it's all because of our beloved mothers that we have been able to stand dauntlessly at the present, with much enthusiasm and energy to face the future ahead. They have always been with us to guide us and direct us heavenwards. The God's honest truth is they will always be there for us at any cost, no matter what the situation forces them to either decline or incline.

Nothing can replace our beloved parents. Will a zillion bags of gold can? Or can hundred millions of dollars can? Obviously not. Absolutely not. Neither gold nor dollars can, because of their preciousness and they are irreplaceable. Nothing will ever compare them.

When our mothers have been putting whole their bodies and souls for us, why many of us pretend that we don't really feel that by either not listening to them or going against them through words and the most shockingly, deeds. Remember, when we were a little innocent young bairn crawling like a leech without destination, they taught us by holding our hands to move forward. The most deeply-felt emotion is, how they shed their tears of joy when they feel us getting better every moment.

Remember, they have taught us to speak through constant funny movements of their tongue and lips with much attention and animation. So never ever, forget about using actions, think of using harsh words to our parents who have superbly taught us to speak. Please, do refrain from biting the hand that feeds you or else you will land up swimming guiltily in Eric Hoffer's words; People who bite the hand that feeds them usually lick the boot that kicks them. And I know that even Hoffer's words won't be enough to fulfil our appreciation to our beloved mothers. 

As quoth by W.R. Wallace, "The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world," our angelic mothers are the only one who rule the world by rocking the cradle in which we are comfortably-peacefully a slept. It's only because them what we are today and what we will be tomorrow.

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