05 May, 2017 · Mother's Day
Mother's Day is a celebration honoring motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence mothers have in our lives and the society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in the months of March or May. In the US, Anna Jarvis is recognized as the Founder of Mother’s Day - though Anna never had kids, she is also known as the Mother of Mother’s Day, an apt title for the lady who worked hard to bestow honor on all mothers. People take the day as an opportunity to pay tribute to their mothers and thank them for all their love and support through – telephone calls (by children away from their moms), gifting flowers, cards and others gifts. Oakians celebrated Mother’s Day through a range of activities. First – a humble tribute by recalling that for everything that we need, we call our mother. To protect us from all perceivable dangers we want her around us. To kiss away our wounds, we run to her. For a warm hug and love, we look for her. She is the focal point of our lives, the greatest human being in the world or should we say divinity on earth. On the special occasion of Mother’s Day pay tribute to your mother - the greatest blessing of God. Second – each pupil was asked to “remind yourself to thank your mother every day of your life”, write a sentence about his / her mother, make a card or say something out loud and share with the class. Finally, in the spirit of “maaeinn saanjhi hoti hainn” – a silent prayer for those who have lost their mothers and now must endure that pain through life and to thank God for your blessings!
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