I love Her for what She is

“When I was just a little girl
I asked my mother, What will I be
Will I be pretty, Will I be rich
Here’s what she said to me
Que sera, sera, Whatever will be, will be, The future’s not ours to see
Que sera, sera, What will be, will be

Now I have Children of my own
They ask their mother, What will I be
Will I be handsome, Will I be rich
I tell them tenderly
Que sera, sera, Whatever will be, will be, The future’s not ours to see
Que sera, sera, What will be, will be, Que Sera, Sera

Bound by blood the nature of relationship that one keeps with one’s parents is in actual sense a divine phenomenon. Parents without any obligation take as vows the acts to protect, nurture, civilize and promote the very existence of their younglings. Today we take time to discuss about one of them (in some cases the only one and in some cases the disguised one): The Mother.


There’s a reason why all the prolific entities of the world are in some way perceived (though metaphorically) to be a female motherly figure: a nation, nature, and the planet earth. Who else would we have bear the burden of eventually rearing lost, sinister and numerous imbeciles?  Because we know that she has this instinct of protecting children in all atrocities, in all rebellions; because we know that she can take in all our attitude all our disrespect and never even feel a shred of disown for us; because we know that she has this ability to give all her life all her efforts, all her strength in making us feel just comfortable for the silliest reasons and never utter a moan of weakness; because we know that she’ll always aspire, conspire and inspire for us to be the best of ourselves; because we know that she is above all petty emotions of us lesser mortals but only in some cases where the questions of her own comes she can become the most ferocious of all and most belligerent of all. Her adorability for us, the most commonly used adjective: her selflessness for us, her innocence for us is unmatched, unparalleled. Isn’t it enough for us take the life out of her while we are entering into the world that we still take her remaining life slowly and gleefully; never ever making her feel the actual gratitude that should compensate her efforts her devotion for us. Sure we do make gestures all our life especially every year on the one day to help her satiate the need of love which she eventually and evidently should bath in every second of her life for everything that she does for us. But doesn’t it come to mind that we have belittled her glory to simply the level of transactions of feelings, more precisely love.

How shallow are we to think that we should return the favors that she does to us all her life right from the moment she brings us in, till she goes out? How shrewd our mentality is to consider that her love should be returned for she has done so much for us all through her life (isn’t that what we all believe). Love is always meant to be transaction, atleast a successful one a fruitful and lasting one is always a give and take arrangement of feelings. We provide ourselves reasons for making ourselves feel guilty and indebted to respect her, it’s the subconscious truth believe it or not. And to tell you the truth, the moment we’ll find the true meaning of her existence the true virtue of her actions we’ll rise above the idea of having a reason to love her. She has done all this and rose above the human feelings and we aren’t able to the same, aren’t we equally human and equally mortal? She has even given her dedication; even allowed the God to take credit of her acts and still hasn’t complained: “For You created my inmost being, you knit me together in my Mother’s Womb, I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made, your works are full wonderful, I know that full well”: PSALM 139:13-14; yes, the natural element of her being should be found for most of us lack it. She has allowed herself to be identified only by this sole identity and still be proud of it sacrificing everything she could be anything she could’ve been: “The one thing that fulfills womanhood, that womanliness in woman, is motherhood”: Swami Vivekananda. Shouldn’t we muster enough will to just love her for the human she is and for the life she is. Shouldn’t we just prostate and thank for her to oblige us with her existence.


Find her to be adorable for she herself being unaware of the world facts and knowledge aspires to provide you the best of it, find her the most beautiful of all for she is beautiful in her thoughts of being selfless even if she had been doing the everything same for some other. Wonder, in how is she able to do all that she does without expecting a return and respect her for that. Never consider that it’s your duty or for that matter gratitude to love her for this commerce of affection culminates the grandiose of her wisdom. She is beautiful; she is intelligent for she knows how to build a human out of a kicking piece of flesh, from rags to riches (place your bets if the best of the best managers of the world could do that); she is courageous not because she gave us birth kept us thriving in the worst scenarios but because she didn’t even knew if she’d be hurt and indifferent to the magnitude of atrocity she marches right into its belly to carve us and deliver us from evil (this indifference and not her protection for us is to be saluted and loved)  and she is divine for she holds all such powers and yet remains so humble while others (GOD) in turn demand devotion.

This Mother’s day realize that even she hadn’t been your mother she’d have been a lovable and respectable creature, it’s only an added advantage to you that she’s your mother; thus love her for her mortal self not for the machine she is for you. Love her in all selflessness that she has showcased all her life. Understand that her Motherhood is not because of us, it’s a part of her DNA it’s just that you’ve blessed to be on the receiving end of her powers. Love her for the one she strives to be and love her for the one that she almost is.

Wishing every mother; a Happy Mother’s Day. You rock being mothers of us all.

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Your Squire Inc. with this message joins the spirit of mothers to assist them in their noble work by making them self-reliant, by helping them to pursue their likes and by providing them the moments of individuality with OUR WON SELFLESS love not as a token of return but as a symbol in Love of your Aura. We do all this by providing facilities for her chores and jobs, we provide for MAKING HER DAILY CHORES HER GAILY CHORES.

Your Squire Inc



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