Sunday, September 5, 2010

A tribute to loving mother who is no more on this worldly earth by Bishwa Nath Singh as flashed on the f.b on 5.9.2010.

Bishwa Nath Singh:

A tribute to loving mother who is no more on this worldly earth by Bishwa Nath Singh.
A mother is a very holy and sacred name taken as pride all over the world. A mother is such a beautiful word that personifies of love, passion, kindness & wisdom .She is the rarest of rare specimen whom all of us adore from core of our heart because of her loving nature. She is living incarnation of the Almighty Goddess of Wisdom; Wealth & Power-all virtues combine in one seen in her. She is embodiment of truth, kindness & forgiveness-all visible in her. Even at sick bed, she always cares for welfare of her children more than herself-that is the greatest beauty of a mother. Right from the time that we came in her womb till we are alive, the mother always takes to utmost care of all of us who are her children and equally she loves her grand children and great grand children very fondly. Who can replace mother in this universe? Certainly none-that will be our answer! Let us pay our humble tribute to her who had remained so godly to us that hardly need any description about great qualities of her! A married woman is called mother when she has given birth to, or raised a child in the role of a parent. Because of the complexity and differences of a mother' social, cultural, and religious definitions and roles, it is challenging to define a mother to suit a universally accepted definition. The masculine equivalent is a father. In the case of a mammal such as a human, a pregnant woman gestates a fertilized ovum. A fetus develops from the viable fertilized ovum or 'embryo'. The woman experiences labor and gives birth. Usually, once the baby is born, the mother produces milk via the lactation process. The mother's breast milk is the source of anti-bodies for the infant's immune system and commonly the sole source of nutrition for the first year or more of the child's life. Mothers have historically fulfilled the primary role in raising children, but since the late 20th century, the role of the father in child care has been given greater prominence and social acceptance in some Western countries. The social role and experience of motherhood varies greatly depending upon location. The organization Save the Children has ranked the countries of the world, and found that Scandinavian countries are the safest places to give birth, whereas countries in sub-Saharan Africa are the least safe to give Mothers are more likely than fathers to encourage assimilative and communion-enhancing patterns in their children. Mothers are more likely than fathers to acknowledge their children's contributions in conversation. The way mothers speak to their children is better suited to support very young children in their efforts to understand speech than fathers. One becomes orphan when his/her mother passes away and go to heavenly abode. Let us pay our homage to her and offer our humble obeisance to Her lotus feet to seek Her bliss for well-being of all living-being of this universe including kith & kin of ours living far & wide!

Bishwa Nath Singh: Let me pay my humble obeisance to the lotus feet of my loving mother who is no more with us but her sweet memories are always alive in our heart!
September 5,2010

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