Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May and this year it is on May 9. Mothers are God’s unique gift to children and the world celebrates the supreme sacrifices made by mothers for their children. It additionally praises the unconditional love that a woman has for her children. They say, “A mother is your first friend, your best friend, your forever friend.”
History of Mother’s Day:
Mother’s Day was first celebrated in the US, in 1908 when a lady named Anna Jarvis wished to remember Mother’s Day as a recognised holiday to honour her mother, Ann Reese Jarvis who was a peace activist and had spent away three years earlier. Anna had a memorial for her mom in St. Andrews Methodist Church in West Virginia – which is currently the International Mother’s Day Shrine. Anna Jarvis wanted to honour her mom as she accepted that a mother is “the person who has done more for you than anyone in the world”.
Why is it celebrated?
Mothers have the right to be celebrated each day. In India as well as even all throughout the planet, they don’t frequently get their due. Their tireless contributions towards the family, the numerous sacrifices made by them are worthy of a mention and acknowledgement. Mother’s Day, accordingly, comes as a suggestion to consider moms, and mother-like figures in our day to day existence, who motivate us consistently, and make us need to be better individuals.
How to celebrate?
Today, with a pandemic raging on, it is even more significant for you to hold your mother close, and disclose to her the amount she intends to you. On the off chance that you have somebody who resembles a mother to you, help them to remember their significance, and accomplish something exceptional for them — like play them their favourite movie, cook them a dinner, or simply pamper them — today.
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