No word can define how amazing mothers are. Not only do they hold us in their womb for 9 months, but they are also the first ones to show us the world by introducing us to our dad and our entire family.
It’s quite natural that we love our mothers so much, and have such a deep positive relationship with her. However, we always see her as a parent and not a friend. When you see someone like your parent – as a kind of authoritative figure – you start hiding stuff from them. You don’t explain your problems or talk with them freely.
However, eventually, you start realizing that your mother is the best friend that you could ever have.
Initially, you might hesitate to talk about different stuff with your mother. But in the end, when you lose your mother, you begin to understand how important she was to you. You will find out that your relationship with your mother may be the most important of all relationships you ever have.
As you grow older, you will come closer to your mother. You will start sharing things about your life and be completely honest about them. You will also care about her more than you ever did. You might even realize what a mischief you were when you were young and how hard you made it for her. Maybe now, you can say you are sorry.
If you are feeling lonely and need help, you can call her and she will be there for you. After all, she is the pinnacle of unconditional love. You may even talk to her through the night without realizing and she will listen, never interrupting and telling you about how late it is. She worries about you more than you can imagine.
When your mother passes away, you will start to realize what a void she has left behind. But then, there will no longer be any time to talk, apologize, and share some quality time with her. So, now is the time to pick up the phone and set a meeting. And if you don’t have the time, just talk on Skype or phone.
She made you who you are, and she has ensured that you go calmly through all the ups and downs of your life. Even when you might have been struggling, she ensured that you had a smile on your face.
When you were wallowing in your room after your first break-up, she was the one to comfort you. She was the one to tie a bandage on your wound when you fell off the bike. If you were sick and needed something, you just had to call and she was there for you.
She has always wanted to see the best in you, and that’s why she encouraged you to go for the best – told you that the sky’s the limit for you. She has a lot of experience in this world, and if you are struggling with something, she can always help you out.
Your mother is not some boy or girl who leaves you when the times get tough, or a co-worker leaving you hanging for some reason. She will stand by you, and see that you make it through, even if you are going through a bad phase.
Now, she is older, she may not be at your beck and call like she was before.
But even at this age, her love for you is as ripe as it was in the summers of your birthday when she chased you around a table and prepared delightful cakes for you and the friends you invited to come over. She is forever young in her love for you – just like the first day she planted her kiss on your supple newborn cheeks.