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Happy Mother’s Day



Mother’s love is like an idyllic poem, pure and elegant.
Mother’s love is like a landscape painting. It is washed away from lead and carved ornaments, leaving fresh and natural.

Mother’s love is like an affectionate song, euphemistic, softly sing.
Mother’s love is a warm wind, blowing the snow to fly, bringing out the unlimited spring light.

The friendship may fade, the vow may be forgotten, but the love of the mother will live forever.

Dawn comes after dusk; autumn comes after spring.
Every bit of our progress, which one is not the crystallization of the mother’s painstaking efforts?

Mother’s love is so deep and pure, like the wine the longer it brews, the purer it is.
It lets us indulge it, and we do not know it is a millennium wine.

Mother’s love is sacrificial and unconditional.
We are unable to make any repayment.
But we can pay back by our love.

On this mother’s day, we want to say to our mother :
“Oh mom, we love you!”


Happy Mother’s Day!


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Beautiful roses to all the mothers in the world!
























I was inspired to write this article after I witnessed the birth of a baby on Feb 24, 2010. I would like to dedicate it to my mom and the admirable mothers of the world.

Oh, mom! I love you!
When you burst out crying and used all of your strength to push
That was after
Eighteen hours on an empty stomach
Three hours of continuous effort
And overturning the doctor’s decision to do a Cesarean-section half an hour before
I finally came out to this world

Oh, mom, I admire you!
Even though with your hard and long efforts to push
There was no sign of my coming out with what little strength you had left
You still wanted to try for another half hour
You yourself are such a tiny girl,
but you have a giant heart of giving everything you have
To the unborn child of yours

Oh, mom, I am very sorry ,forgive me not being able to help!
I felt the pain inside of you
I could visualize the flow of your tears
I heard your cries
Yet I sensed the determination and love streaming from you
I knew then that love would prevail
That all the hindrances would melt away by the power of love

Oh, mom, I thank you!
Your effort was not in vain
I finally join you and daddy in your world
I burst out of crying
When the doctor gently opened my mouth with his love and kindness
When the nurse softly cleansed me
I cried feeling the love all around me

Oh, mom, I love you the most!
I wanted to proclaim to the whole world
I might not be born with a golden spoon
But for sure I was born with love
Unconditional love, sacrificial love
The most precious love
The love of my dearest mom

Oh, mom, I really, really love you!!!!!

Happy Mother’s Day!!! For Those Who Have the Toughest Job in the World!!!


I just wanted to share two “Mother” inspired videos on this Mother’s Day! I am sure you will all enjoy them.

The Boston agency posted this job listing online for a “director of operations” position at a company called Rehtom Inc. Here is the list:

• Standing up almost all the time
• Constantly exerting yourself
• Working from 135 to unlimited hours per week
• Degrees in medicine, finance and culinary arts necessary
• No vacations
• The workload goes up on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s and other holidays
• No time to sleep
• Expert negotiation skills
• The ability to work amidst chaos
• Salary = $0
The job ad got 2.7 million impressions from paid ad placements. Only 24 people inquired. They interviewed via webcam, and their real-time reactions were captured on video.(
The responses from the applicants are as follows:
sick twist
Is it legal?
And yet, billions of women hold this position and love every minute of it.
This video is very touching, please watch!

Note:Mileskiewicz, an associate for the Mullen Agency in Boston, came up with the concept and oversaw production for the Mother’s Day video produced for American Greetings Card Company. The company enlisted the agency to create an online and mobile-friendly message to promote their product without using television or radio.(

Proctor & Gamble also launched “Thank You Mom” campaign before the 2012 London Olympics. The video drew 74 million viewers and won an Emmy award.
The hardest job in The World,
Is the best job in The World.
Thank you, Mom!

Reference: Here’s the Original, Tear-Inducing ‘Mom Is the World’s Toughest Job’ Video Matt Vella @mattvella

Three Bows that Shocked the Court


I would like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers in this world.
I would also like to share with you a touching story of a righteous mother. The
article is a translation from the Chinese (Reference). I hope you enjoy it.

This is about a kidnapping case. The suspect, a 30-year-old man, kidnapped a boy of 6.
Luckily, the child was not harmed. But even though the man’s actions did not
result in serious consequences, the law nevertheless demanded that he be punished.

The boy was the son of the man’s boss. The man had worked for eight months but
had never been paid. Being his family’s only breadwinner, he was carrying a heavy
burden. His mother was seriously ill with heart disease and needed daily
medication. In addition, his mentally ill sister would wander the streets and needed
care. Last but not the least was that he needed to pay for his child’s school. Facing all
these expenses, he had no choice but to ask his boss to advance him some money –
even a few hundred dollars would have been helpful. But whenever he asked for
money, his irritable boss would call security and chase him out of office.

In the end, he could not take it anymore and kidnapped the boss’s son. He quickly
regretted his action. Although he could have abandoned the child and run away, he
wouldn’t do it because he worried something bad might happen to the boy. He
cradled the boy in his arms so he would not be afraid. In fact, the child was sleeping
in his arms when the police showed up.

The man was sentenced to five years. People felt sorry that he would have to pay
such a price for his crime. What would happen to his family?

As the judge was declaring the court adjourned, a hoarse voice was heard from the
audience. A lady, over 60 years old, the victim’s grandmother and the mother of the
kidnapper’s boss, said, “Wait, I want to say something.” The old lady had been sick
with worry when her beloved one-and-only grandson was abducted. Those present
in the courtroom were worried that she might ask for compensation from this poor
worker who had nothing with which to pay.

The old woman slowly walked to the dock. She stood in front of the kidnapper, and
her mouth was trembling. Silence filled the room. No one knew what would happen.

Suddenly, the old woman bent down and bowed deeply to the kidnapper three
times. Everyone was shocked. Even the man’s boss, who was sitting at the plaintiff’s
bench, thought his elderly mother must be confused.

The old lady raised her gray head, and tears were streaming down her face. After a
long time, she spoke … slowly, “My first bow represents an apology to you on behalf
of my son. He wronged you because I did not teach him well. The culprit was my
son, not you, and he should be the one to be sentenced. The second bow represents
an apology to your family on behalf of my son. As his mother, I owe you an apology
too. The third bow is to thank you for not harming my grandson. You have a kind
heart; you did not leave the slightest shadow of fear in his mind. My child, you are a
hundred times better than my son.”

The old lady’s speech moved all the people in the courtroom. What a righteous
mother! The kidnapper was so moved that he burst out crying. The result was that
the son of the elderly lady not only paid the worker the wages he owed, but he also
sent the worker’s mother and sister to a city where they could receive the medical
care they needed. The story had a happy ending.

I believe the tolerance and righteous act of this elderly lady gave salvation to her
son. Her three bows were for her son. She did it to teach her son not to do anything
unjust again.

“Taking the righteous path” is vital, whatever we do in life. We must never be unjust
and immoral. At the very least, we should not do anything to sadden our mother and
make her bow her gray head in shame.


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