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Mother’s Day – Your Smile is the Gift She Expects on This Day And Every Day!

By indiglamour.com Team
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May 9, 2016
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Mother is the driving force in everybody’s life. They say God created mother as he cannot be present everywhere. Such is the place given to mother. This is not just in India. Mothers get the Godly status in every culture.

Mother’s Day – Your Smile is the Gift She Expects on This Day And Every Day!

Mother’s Day – Your Smile is the Gift She Expects on This Day And Every Day!

Though mother’s deserve recognition every day, mother’s day is an occasion to make them feel special. In our hectic life, we just ignore to thank and show our love to mothers. We generally take them for granted and this pillar of strength does support us without expecting anything. But they too have emotions and feel elated if children show them some love and importance which they aptly deserve. Mother’s day is reserved for this special event. Though mother’s day is celebrated on different dates in different parts of the world, the celebrations are done during the months of March and May.

The celebration of mother’s day has not fast and set rules. The celebration is generally as per the individual’s choice. But greeting the mother, giving her presents, cakes, chocolates and flowers is found in every culture. Coming to India, though this is not part of Indian culture, the urban population have adopted to this celebration of late. The celebration can be like wishing the mother and go to any extent like gifts, holiday packages, visits, family trips and so on. Online gift shops have come up to help those who want to celebrate despite geographical barriers.

It is immaterial how you celebrate and what gifts you give your mother. A mother is just happy with a smile on your face and some love for her. It need not be just on mother’s day but you can celebrate it every day. Still mother’s day is a good occasion to thank the most important person in one’s life, the person who brought you to this earth. The trend of thanking the mother on just one day in a year should change to making it a practice every day!

 

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