This Will Influence Your 2022 Mother’s Day Celebration

Mother's Day is a day to commemorate mothers, motherhood, and the critical role of mothers in society. Sad to say, this day is only celebrated by a few individuals who have come to understand the crucial roles played by mothers. Maybe you have forgotten so soon!

This Will Influence Your 2022 Mother’s Day Celebration

No one can ever replace a mother at any cost. “Youth fades; love droops, the leaves of friendship fall; a mother's secret hope outlives them all,” a famous quote by Oliver Wendell Holmes sums up the eternal significance of a mother.

A mother's efforts should be recognized and appreciated every day, even when it is not Mother's Day.

Here are some of the reasons

The word "Mother" in itself resonates with blissful unconditional love and care that is the basic need of every child. The reasons for her existence in a child's life are endless and it applies to the entire living world of humans and animals. The connection of children with mothers seems to be eternal as this bond starts way before birth. This reason alone should change how you are going to celebrate your mother this year.

One look in a mother’s eye for her child and we come to realize the meaning of unconditional love. Though we all have become experts in words about love and can exactly convey our emotions, expressing a mother’s love in words is still very difficult. For a mother, a child always remains her baby even if he turns 60 or becomes a tycoon, a leader, or a thinker. Mothers hold this strong aspect of loving their children in any phase of life or situation. This unconditional love of mothers is what makes them so special to every child.

For a child, the exercise of learning starts right from birth or even before it. We all know that during pregnancy mothers are told to read good books, listen to soothing music, and so on. They do this because though the child is still to face the world, the baby already develops a connection with the world through the mother. Later, the baby is acquainted with the world, 1st by their mothers and later by others. Whatever the language, caste, or custom, every baby learns to call his/her mother first. “Mother, ma, amma” is the first word that comes out of the baby’s mouth. A mother teaches her child everything that she knows right from talking and walking to living a fulfilling life. She is also the one who disciplines and educates a child for a better living. Right from getting up to sleeping, a mother teaches all she knows. The mother also goes through the process of learning again to help her child gain better knowledge. Who you are today was founded by your mother, celebrate her.

If it weren’t for mothers, this world would sound pretty hopeless. It is a fact that life is filled with varied experiences and some of them are not so good. A child faces these situations right from the start, but it is the mother who, with her love, care and comfort assure that in the end good always prevails. Through her eyes and confidence, a child can always see the light on the other side of the tunnel. Whether facing exams, competitions, or the hardships of life, children always seek guidance and support from their mothers first. Who wouldn’t want to celebrate such a person?

We can never pay back for whatever a mother has done and continues to do for us. All we can do is reciprocate the same love and affection just the way she does. Though a mother will never ask anything in return for her love, care, and protection, we can always make her feel special with small and sweet gestures. So if you are thinking of making her feel special, take Mother’s Day or her birthday as an opportunity to tell her how important she is to you. Express your love with pink flowers, and she is sure to appreciate your sweet gesture.

Mother’s day is celebrated every second Sunday of May annually. For this year, 2022, it will be on Sunday, May 8, 2022. So Mother's Day is an occasion celebrated in various parts of the world to express respect, honor, and love towards mothers. The above reasons should at least change your insight about mothers this year.

Mother's Day was first celebrated in 1908 by Anna Jarvis, at a memorial for her mother in West Virginia which now has the International Mother's Day Shrine.