This Sunday is dedicated to Mother’s Day in the UK. It has religious significance to it but these days it has been heavily commercialised and I doubt many understands when it originated and how it should be celebrated. But one thing is sure everyone knows why we should celebrate it and I like that part of it. That is to openly show our gratitude and thanksgiving to our mothers for all the hard work they have endured throughout their lives to nurture us and give us the security and happiness in our future years to come. We remember them for their utter selfless dedication for our welfare and being for our mother.
This day also has a poignant reminder of my late mum as sadly she is not here for me to say thank you mum in person. I would whisper into the empty sky messages of love and hope she can hear me which I do every Mother’s Day and on the anniversary of her death. She passed away very young before I could take the responsibility of looking after her. Such is life as fleeting a moment as it comes. Take every opportune moment to say how much you love your mum and how much you appreciate her.
I love you mum for being my mum as well as my best friend and one day I hope if there is such a thing as Shingkham Dewachen we can be reunited for an eternity.
Ama la kadrin chey nameysamey!