We show our love and appreciation with happy Mother’s Day wishes and blessings.
So, in honor of all mothers everywhere, a brief post about my own mother-daughter experience with the matriarch of our family. I offer my humble wishes and blessings for your joy and well-being. Happy Mother’s Day!
I tend to neglect holidays and birthdays because my days all run together. Life is a series of moments strung together and constantly streaming on autoplay. It’s not that I don’t appreciate the events we choose to honor and celebrate, it’s just that every moment is a holiday (a holy day) and I celebrate them all quietly.
To the outside observer, I must seem thoughtless and ungracious, but they would be wrong.
Every cell in my being is celebrating and honoring all that is and all that is becoming.
My mother is always in my thoughts and feelings of love and appreciation. She is a force of nature, a beautiful spirit that encouraged each of her children to be true to their own nature and not a cookie-cutter copy of anyone else.
I love knowing all that I know as a result of my mother’s influence. She taught me how to be strong even when I felt weak. She taught me to see with more than my eyes. She taught me to be honest and diligent. She taught me to honor and respect. She taught me to be me and allow others to be themselves. She inspired me to love and appreciate.
Through her, I was privileged to experience a life filled with contrast and learn to navigate through turbulence.
I learned that age and wisdom are not synonymous although sometimes wisdom does come with age.
I learned that mothers often do for their children what they will not do for themselves.
From my mother, I learned that quality is worthwhile and quantity is overrated.
We are all receivers, translators, and transmitters of pure source vibration. Mothers come in many designs and all are powerful creators. They call us forth into the physical reality. They nurture us with their body, mind, and spirit. They encourage us to dream and compel us to go forth and continue the expansion. And so it is, and so I am forever deeply honored to be my mother’s daughter.
Boundless blessings to the matriarchs that nurture us.