Agatha Christie says, “A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity. It dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path. “.
Mother being the supreme lover, loves her child like nothing. A mother dissipates the clouds of darkness, and cause peace to return to our hearts when we are helpless in the wilderness life with her kind precepts and counsels. From the moment we are born till we are cradled in the chariot of death, we come across many relations. Some are just for time being, some are to betray you, some are to leave you alone when you need their presence the most, some are with you just because of your attributes and some are compelled to stick with you due to blood relation compulsion and restrictions. But, there is one being who surpasses the love, care and affection of anyone related to you and she is ‘The Mother’. The love of a mother has no match nor can one replace her love. A mother’s ageless love and care cannot be exemplified. When you were in her womb; she took every step so gently and carefully not to bother you from your deep sleep. This abysmal depth of a mother’s love is immeasurable. Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) said that kindness to one’s parents was of the best deeds and disobedience to them was amongst the major sins. Allah has exemplified His love for the humanity by descending mother as an example.
There are many precious things that Allah has bestowed on us however a mother is one of the unique gifts of Allah. She is the embodiment of sacrifice and love. Life without mother is so dull and colorless. The beauty of life is in the lap and under the shade of mother’s love and care. Those who are bestowed with this gift don’t quit feel it but those who are deprived of this gift feel it from the core of their hearts. Says Abraham Lincoln “All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel Mother.”...
...unbearable loss of a dear person. For my part it used to be pity, compassion. When this happened to me, when my dear mother died, I started to understand all those people who lost someone they loved. There are perhaps no proper words to describe this pain, at least none used on this planet. This intolerable pain which tears you apart, which is like a stone on your heart, and which make tears run down your face with each recollection of the dear person who passed away. Time is unlikely to alleviate this hurt, no matter what others claim.
Every morning I still wake up thinking that she is there drinking her tea in the room, watching her favourite programs. Then suddenly the truth comes rushing up to me and I realize that it is just a dream hanging around me still, and a cold despair fall upon me. Despite my apparent tranquillity and surface brightness, I feel empty inside. My mother’s death was a really sobering experience I’ve passed through. It was the most devastating loss in my life.
The memory of my mother will follow me wherever I go, and however far tinting my dreams with a gentle scent of rosemary and the shimmering silver of her laugh. My mother had a serene charisma and a soothing aura around her. She was there to show me my first butterfly and my first rain. She was there when I made my first steps. She taught me to smile and laugh.
Moreover, my mother listened to all my fears and apprehensions with a...
...African-American that has inspired me, my mother is the first person that comes to mind. My mother has been the biggest inspiration in my life. Everything that I am today is a result of the influence and the life lessons that she has taught me. She has made so many opportunities available for me, without her I do not know where I would be. My mother is a very inspiring person; the reasons for this are countless. For example, when I decided to run for Student Council and I didn't think I could make it, but my mother was my biggest motivator. My mother has been through many hardships through her life and throughout it all she has become a strong, loving, and wise woman who still manages to smile. My mother is an independent woman who takes the responsibility of her family and she does a great job of guiding my sister and me. Because of her hardworking and promptness my mother would wake up early some morning just so she could earn a little extra money. The things I have learned and will continue to learn from my mother are endless; she has taught me all the important principles of life and for that I am thankful. Through all odds no matter what destruction life has thrown at my mother she never once admitted defeat and she has always presented herself as a strong black woman. My mother has always been there for me even when no one else...
“Why French Mothers Are Superior”
Most parents would agree, what it is a full time job to have children and it is hard, particularly when they are growing up. Lots of parents recognize the situation at the dinner table, when the kids wouldn’t sit still and eat their food as well as the time at the supermarket, then they are begging for candy and sweet stuff. And when bedtime comes you will have the endless fights about brushing teeth and going to sleep. These problems are described in the essay “Why French Mothers Are Superior” written by Pamela Druckerman in The Wall Street Journal, February 4, 2012. She here point out the difference between the American children and the French children and how they behave.
This essay have a strong expression at how the reporter engages the reader. Start by analysing and looking at the rhetorical situation to find out what the situation is. The writer of this text is Pamela Druckerman, which makes the he a first-person narrator because she is using her own point of view, opinion and experience.
She tries to make a message by the informative message function, where she focus on the contents and the factual information that the American children are not as raised as the French. She is using logos to appeal to our logic and reason. She refers to out internal consistency in her message. She appeals to reason by being objective, neutral and balanced in her language. She also use the directive message...
...mean that he has mood swings. Overall this quotation indicates the audience that he might be dunk.
Point: Eric seems to know how to talk to members in his family as when he says
Evidence: “Mother said”
Explanation: In this quotation we see that Eric seems to have a lot of respect for Mrs Birling as when he says “mother” may suggest that even though Eric might be drunk he still is polite to his mum which emphasises that he really is generally respectful to the older generation also when coupled with him asking his father Mr Biring “what about war?” may suggest that he has been influenced by his parents as in this quotation we see that he goes to his father for answers and their relationship seems to be quiet close. Overall Eric’s relationship with his parents seems close. The audience watching this in 1945 will expect this and will like Eric for respecting his parents. Priestley in this quotation tells us to be kind to the older generation.
Point: Eric seems to gain more courage and faces his mother when he says
Evidence: “Damn you, damn you-“
Explanation: In this quotation we can see how much Eric has changed due to the inspectors arrival as he seems to take control of the situation and does not have that much respect for Mrs be as when he did when he called her “mother” the repetition in his speech emphasises that he is really ashamed of what his mum did also the “-“tells us that Eric seems to find...
...Running head: Demographic Paper
Single Unemployed Mothers (Demographic Paper)
September 17, 2012
Single Unemployed Mothers (Demographic Paper)
A mother is a tough job at hand, but thinks for a second about a mother who is unemployed as well as a mother with an absent parent; the issue is many within one. The state of Michigan is experiencing an all-time high increase of unemployed people, suffering in poverty. The question at hand is how the demographic issue is affecting the society, relatively the health care market.
Identify target population
The demographics of the topic; single unemployed mothers within our nation as of 2008 were 84.5 million and 9.9million were single moms with no help from the absent parent, according to the 2008 Census Bureau. However a single unemployed mother in Michigan has been, and is currently a huge growing issue. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the highest unemployed mothers are the minority, African Americans women, and Hispanic women. The report stated which single unemployed African American mothers increase within June till July from 11.8 percent to 12.9 percent; whereas the statistics for single unemployed Hispanics were 11 percent to 12.1 percent. The following statistics is based within the demographic population of the state of Michigan. However when you break...
...importance. Kitty reveals her desperate attempt to connect with her mom when she states, “One day, wanting desperately to/ bridge the boundaries that separate us/ wanting desperately to touch her/ tell her; mother I’m gay and so happy with her” (27-31). Kitty’s yearn for the approval of her mother to be with this woman, demonstrates just how important the understanding and acknowledgement of her mother is. The tone Kitty portrays is depressing, and she paints a picture of her hopeless voice and her longing cry towards her mother. Kitty’s desire for the approval of her loved ones displays the value of her families support, and without it, she is left disconnected and secluded.
The feeling of seclusion is many times the result of parents dismissing the need for approval. Parents who ignore the importance of support and encouragement in their children’s lives are placing a lot of weight on their children’s backs. When children are neglected, there becomes a major separation and removal of understanding in the relationship. The absence of approval gives the child a sense of shame and leads to an unstable and distressing experience. Kitty’s mom is ignoring all attempts for Kitty to be able to reach out and confide in her own mother. “She will not listen/ she shakes her head…mother, I say/ you love a man/ I love a woman/ it is not what she wants to hear”(36-40). Here it is apparent that...
The mother is the one supreme asset of national life; she is more important by far than the successful statesman, or business man, or artist, or scientist. Motherhood is a rewarding and often difficult job. A mother is a child's first teacher and affects a child's life like few others can. Effective mothers can inspire their sons and daughters to love themselves and others, work hard, make healthy choices, serve causes greater than self, and achieve their dreams. Mothers who protect, teach, and nurture their children with all their hearts strengthen their families and help build a better future for the planet.
A mother is a person who gives birth. That is the biological mother but there is also the stepmother who is the wife of the father after the death or divorce of the first one.
In general, biological mothers are good but there are some exceptions. And some people say that all of the stepmothers are bad, but it’s wrong, there are some good ones.
Roles of a mother
There is a difference between a stay-at-home mother and a working mother. A working mother works harder than a stay-at-home mother because a working mother already works in her office but still has to do the chores unless she has a maid. In general, mothers do the...
...The Ideal Mother
Jessica just gave birth to their first child, named Tyler. She knew at that very moment, she wanted to be the best mother that she could. She started thinking back to when she was just a kid and some of the things that her wonderful mother taught her. Even as a child, she knew that her mom dedicated all her time to her family. Jessica, like many mothers, wishes to be the best mother that she can be. An ideal mother is someone that is caring, providing, and understanding.
The first element of an ideal mother is to be caring. Caring involves providing a comforting and safe environment. Jessica liked how she felt when her mother gave her hugs. Jessica’s mother, Mona, made her feel warm and safe with her hugs. Jessica knew she wanted to make her son feel the same way that she did as a child. Being patient is also another way to show that she cares about her son. When he was up crying for several hours, she had to be patient and find out what was upsetting her baby boy. Sometimes, he isn’t hungry, wet, or tired; he just wants to be held close to his mom and to be soothed. In addition to a comforting home, it also needs to be safe. To provide a safe home, Jessica and her husband, Brad, baby proofed their home with plastic covers over the electric outlets. Next, they installed cabinet locks and door knob covers. Then...