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arun999

54 months ago

Can you describe your mother in 1 word?
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Her tenderness, her compassion, her giving, her capacity to forgive, her love is the never-failing kind. I watch her and see the impact on the world she makes with her kindness, and wish I could find the words that could tell her this properly. I find I am short on these words. I admire her, love her, respect her, though I am certain she doesn't know the extent... Everyday I am grateful to her -- that I got to be her Son.

I can also say a One-thing '' Only mother's love is not selfish in this selfish World. She always gives her love, Always, always and Forever''.
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pokecheck

  50 months ago
awsome, awsome , awsome , awsome , awsome awsome awsome awsome, awsome awsome, thats my mom !
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KUFMAN

  54 months ago
KIND KIND KIND KIND KIND KIND KIND KIND KIND KIND
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pokecheck

  54 months ago
Awsome Awsome Awsome Awsome Awsome Awsome Awsome Awsome Awsome Awsome
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nanson123859

  54 months ago
sweet, lovely, lavable, favorate, quit, energitic, jugment is very clear, honest with all. she is very good i feel like heaven if she is with me
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mohanprabhukumar

  54 months ago
Her tenderness, her compassion, her giving, her capacity to forgive, her love is the never-failing kind. I watch her and see the impact on the world she makes with her kindness, and wish I could find the words that could tell her this properly. I find I am short on these words. I admire her, love her, respect her, though I am certain she doesn't know the extent... Everyday I am grateful to her -- that I got to be her Son.
I can also say a One-thing '' Only mother's love is not selfish in this selfish World. She always gives her love, Always, always and Forever''.
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arun999

  54 months ago
.i apused a while...i became sober...then i realised...no 1 word can fully express it...Love my mother. I would still definitely call her MOM! Because I believe that word says it all
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ravindrarangappa

  54 months ago
Mothers have historically fulfilled the primary role in raising children, but since the late 20th century, the role of the father in child care has been given greater prominence and social acceptance in some Western countries.[5][6]
The social role and experience of motherhood varies greatly depending upon location. The organization Save the Children has ranked the countries of the world, and found that Scandinavian countries are the safest places to give birth, whereas countries in sub-Saharan Africa are the least safe to give birth.[7] This study argues a mother in the bottom ten ranked countries is over 750 times more likely to die in pregnancy or childbirth, compared to a mother in the top ten ranked countries, and a mother in the bottom ten ranked countries is 28 times more likely to see her child die before reaching their first birthday.
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Yemkay

  54 months ago
There is a saying "God cannot be everywhere , so he made mothers "....so true! Not only to her children, every woman has that motherhood affection and compassion for other babies, kids and every being....I would describe my mother in one word as"angel".......
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swetha_014

  54 months ago
mother who keep faith on their chidrens and be with the child whenever they needed in any situation in the life.
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honeyybawa

  54 months ago
pure love in the whole world.no love is more than mother love.it remain forever even after death. i dont have any other meaning for mother.
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