Sunday, August 26, 2007

Mother

Thank you, Banu of God's little angel for tagging me. It is really a nice time to think of my mother when I am standing on the precipice of motherhood.

All the adjectives “ infinite patience, sacrificing, versatile , loving , caring“ fitted her , but I thought , almost all mothers try to acquire those traits.

I had written a post “ Forgive and forget” , wherein I mentioned it is difficult to wholly forget even if we forgive. Today, I feel that a mother forgives her child in the true sense. Yes, she would have got hurt by the uncaring words , but the next moment would be offering a helping hand, forgetting everything that has been said. The one relation in the world where ego has no place. It is only to a mother we can go to, without any apprehensions of whether she would have forgotten, forgiven .

Yes, on discussion with my mother, we realized that is the one relation we also do not work upon. A child at all ages goes out of the way to impress his father but mother is taken for granted. Today, being a mother, I can say that though it hurts at times, but most of the time, I feel proud of the fact that my child has me for granted and am grateful that I had my mother whom I could take for granted. The feeling that we have one person who has undying trust and faith in us can help us climb mountains and face the hurdles of life. That is where the mother are pillars of strength.

I am not saying that my mother did not have any specific traits which adorn her individuality, that can be mentioned but as all mothers are, she didn’t want them mentioned……For once, I decided to listen to her :)

Thank you, mom for all the support extended to me .

9 comments:

dharmabum said...

thank you, chitra.

God's Little Angel said...

Thanks Chitra,

'Mother' means great gift to each child on earth.

Bye!

chaitra said...

Thanks for this post, I mean it. I've been reading your posts, but I can identify myself with you, here.

starry nights said...

I think it is the unconditional love that a mother has that makes her so special.

Shankari said...

hi chitra

ALL your blog readers have heard of your dad and how proud you are of being his daughter- All I'd say is that I have ALWAYS found your mom one of the strongest and most unique women I have met!

Thank you aunty for giving us a person like Chitra! :)

Pritika Gupta said...

Mom!! a gr88 word.. i remember i once shouted at my mom for all wrong reason.. i still feel bad bout it.. but it seems she never mind it.. i love my mom..:)

KK said...

Nice post Chitra! makes me think... how I have been to my mom...

dharmabum said...

i am aalso blog buddy no? *sob sob*

haha - howz u chitra, long time no see?

dharmabum said...

email there on my profile no...

kaivalyam@gmail.com