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My Maa Said…..

It is a universal fact that many women become their own mothers. During my childhood and teenage years I always tried not to do what my mother said πŸ™‚ but somehow those seeds of wisdom took root and before I knew it I was practicing her sayings and now I know deep within me that someday I would pass on the same to my daughter and may be in the same tone πŸ˜‰

A mother-daughter equation is a celebration of world’s most precious relationship. It’s a bond where both share the invaluable lessons they have learnt about life, love and happiness. I would like to share the same here.

My Mother Taught Me :-

1. How to live my life. Never ever  I remember a day where she has compared me with my so very talented elder brother who was extremely talented in academics, amazing athlete, soft-spoken overall liked by all kinda guy.

2. Add pinch of love to everything that I do, it makes life taste sweeter. I have very happy memories of my growing up years. I have never seen my parents fight or have any disagreements in front of us. I have always seen my mum spread love and warmth around her.

3. Her strong sense of justice and fairness. Be it our pocket-money, curfew timings, living away from home, our weddings and her finally writing the will, my mother’s underlying sense of fairness has taught me that people ought to be treated as equals.

4. That everyone I meet is as important as I am. Tolerance towards others makes life both easier and richer.

5. That each generation has their own traits. She doesn’t expect people to be the way she was when she was young, and that reflects very prominently when she whole heartedly welcomed her daughter -in-law without imposing any traditional and cultural restrictions on her.

6. That a still tounge keeps a wise head. Me still learning πŸ™‚

7. That there is no place like home. How true!

There’s a Jewish proverb that god could not be everywhere and he made mothers. I feel so blessed to have her in my life. The things maa said in past always warms my heart and brings a smile. Love you Maa!



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About ANK

Cultivating the art of β€˜intelligent’ listening, sifting the grain from the chaff, counseling, negotiating and writing/drafting is what I do for a living. Sharing a smile, standing up for loved ones, fighting for the right cause and living life to the fullest is what I'm doing this LIFE!.

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8 thoughts on “My Maa Said…..

  1. all gr8 advise… number 6 , not easy … number 7, very true…

    if something is going wrong somewhere, i will burst out first and so some do hate me a lot…

    Posted by bhargav | June 30, 2011, 1:31 AM
  2. So true of whatever you said…

    Posted by hemantarora44 | June 29, 2011, 9:17 AM
  3. lovely Ginu. Lots of love to Aunty

    Posted by Reshma | May 3, 2011, 12:28 PM
  4. πŸ™‚ isn’t it Shush. I was having a phone conversation with my mom and realized how similar we have become with time.

    Posted by Rourkela To Raleigh Lane.............. | March 25, 2011, 11:23 PM
  5. Oh Anu.. this one was so sweet.. simply loved it.. and I absolutely believe in “god could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers” so very true.. Mothers are the BESTest one can ever have..

    Posted by Sushmita | March 25, 2011, 9:49 PM

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