I wish that I could recall the line from the film "The Crow." Bruce Lee's kid, Brandon, who also died from some pretty mysterious circumstances was the star - and the person who said the line that I'd like to recall.
It's something like this though,
"Mother is synonymous with God in the mind of a child."
Great question , , ,spontaneous response is nature. That gives it a collective meaning to me. Now my mind reels and I think nurture as in nuture vs nature and how mother or mom is the synergy of the two.
Love and comfort. Now thinking back in time, I really miss my mum.
to me it means growth. my kids challenge me to grow as a person in a way nothing else has ever done. It also means acceptance. My mother as always offered me that in a way that I have never found elsewhere.
She means Everything to me.
A little girl, asked where her home was, replied, "where mother is."
I have heard it somewhere..Its just a line but it says alot.
Someone who is always there for you, no matter what. Someone who teaches you her values such as patience, hard work, honesty, and accountability by example.
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