Now that is as far as philosophy goes. Almost all women look forward to that special moment of becoming a mother. Cuddling the tiny bundles, pacifying them when crying, feeding them when hungry, seeing them blossom, take their first steps, utter their first words, give immense satisfaction and pleasure to the Mother. As there is no set recipe when it comes to parenting, the female gender has been given that special gift called "instinct".
Instinct, practical knowledge, love, understanding, patience, discipline all these go together in parenting. Each child is unique and finding our way through, is what this balancing act of motherhood is all about. Whether a mother is working outside of her home or she is working for her family by being at home all have different kinds of challenges to handle when it comes to parenting. It is never an easy task bringing up a child in a balanced way.
Many a time one has to re-examine and change one's outlook depending on the situation and the need of the hour. Hence parenting is a process of constant evolution and a learning process both for the parents as well as for the child. Situation today does not make it any easier. Everyday brings with it new dilemmas, challenges and problems. For a mother it is all about finding ingenious ways and means to overcome all these and find new avenues. Motherhood is no less than running an efficient corporate house, but at the end of the day we are not about numbers and figures but much more important than that- shaping the future generation. This is in the hands of the mother. While there's no denying the fact that fathers also have to play a very important role in the process, my fellow mothers would agree that it is the mothers that have been given that special first place in the life of every child.
Finally, the biggest reward any mother can get is when, first and foremost, our children grow up into good human beings with the right values and do well in life, making every day a celebration of Motherhood. On this special occasion, here's wishing "Happy Mother's Day" to all you wonderful mothers across the world.
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