Celebrate and appreciate your mother – always! Your mother was the person giving birth and putting you into this world. And even if you do show her appreciation also other days of the year, it is nice to have this Mother’s Day to highlight and give some extra attention to all mother’s in the world. Yogis or non yogis 🙂
Mother’s have a very important (sometimes the most important) role in keeping the family together, often being the project manager of the family, managing and planning all family activities, what food to put on the table, the person you really need when things get tough. Your mother is the person you want to hug and who comforts, supports and loves you unconditionally, all the time, always, from the day you were born.
Celebrate your mum, show her your appreciation and give her a big loving hug, saying to her you love her. A lot of times, we take things for granted, thinking she already knows. But I promise, she will be very happy to feel and hear your appreciation. So on Mother’s Day, cherish if you still have your mother close, and tell her. So that you do not regret later on about the things you did not say. If you wish, you can see this as an exercise in personal development. Being able to show appreciation and telling others you care is a very valuable skill to have.
Note: With this said, of course the father is as important as a parent, in the family, and have as much responsibility in taking care of the family. Luckily, there is also a Father’s Day and then we will talk more about the role of a father.
Note 2: Mother’s and Father’s Day are celebrated on different days of the year in different countries, so if you do not celebrate officially today, you can still give your mum some extra attention and appreciation. It does not matter what day of the year.
I wish you the best. Take Care. Namaste.