Life does not come with instructions on how you're going to go through it but it does come with a mother. Like really, without our mothers, where would we be? They support us, encourage us, and push us to achieve everything we can. The love of a mother is unconditional. So this Mother's Day, we decided to reflect on some life lessons we have all learned from our moms-
The value of patience
Do you remember how when you were a kid, your mother would endure all of your mischiefs without losing her cool. Yeah, that's patience. She was always so patient while trying to get you to do your homework. Even when you were an adolescent and might have mistreated her, she didn't judge you for it. That should teach you how to be patient around those you love and even around everyone else.
The importance of kindness
Mothers are always so compassionate toward everyone. It doesn't matter if they're friends, foes, dogs, cats, frenemies, or housekeepers. Her warmth is evident in the generous hospitality to all who come to the house. The feeling of empathy and sympathy that you have, it is credited to your mom.
Never give up
How many times have you felt like giving up? Give up on your career and your relationships? Your mother was the one person who could always get you back on track when you faced slightest of trouble. She taught you how life can be so unforgiving but you have to take care of yourself and not give up.
How to be brave
A mother is the glue that holds a family together, especially during any sort of crisis. Families would probably fall apart at the first sign of a problem if it weren't for their bravery.
How to build relationships
Relationships are two-way streets, and each requires a significant amount of effort. No matter how taxing one may be, our mothers are constantly working to strengthen it rather than abandon it.
The power of dedication
Our mothers have had to face numerous challenges. However, they persist in making everything work while maintaining their dignity. That's how dedicated she is to make the lives of her and those around her, especially yours, better.