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Mother’s Day – Earth Day – Why Not Every Day

Some beautiful ideas from Ida Lawrence for Mothers day.

We’re approaching Mother’s Day – another commercial holiday in the U.S. about which we can have mixed feelings. The marketing encourages everyone to give attention to their mom, and talk to her, spend money on her, or if she has left this physical plane, to think of her and miss her.

Mothers definitely don’t mind having a day when they can enjoy some attention, so it’s pretty much a given that a lot of flowers and greeting cards will be sold. That’s the way it works, and I’m no different. I like the attention, love flowers and dinner out, and I miss my Mom… can’t think of her voice calling my name without the eyes getting wet.

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2 thoughts on “Mother’s Day – Earth Day – Why Not Every Day

  1. ♥ Very interesting and the truth is none can take the place of a mother but at the same time we should forget the contributions and sacrifices played by our near and dear ones and our most beloved father, brother and sisters. Without them, this whole world would look like a devil’s house and we will feel isolated for the rest of our life. The Day’s are forced to commercialization as our modern generation have no place and time which it was their a couple of decades before, hence this new age mantra was introduced in the hope of at least we will remember for a day and have some good time together………ah aha ♥

  2. Shiva says:

    Maybe the “Day” was invented for the corporations to profit off AND so changed the meaning of “unconditional love of mother ” into one day a year where you have to buy her THING(s).
    True – beloved families( fathers, brothers and sisters) have been driven apart by the “devil’s” policies and it is so easy to feel isolated in this world.

    Everyone is my brother or sister, the Moon my mother the Sun my father.

    Peace and love.

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