<$BlogRSDURL$>

.....my life lies in those eyes that have me slain
 

Monday, May 09, 2005

Dear Mother



The second Sunday of May is dedicated to the selfless being we all know as a mother. She does all she can to help and protect her child as long as she lives. Motherhood is said to be a rebirth for a woman after the excruciating pain she goes through during child birth.

Yesterday, National Geographic Channel was airing a special program called 'In the Womb' on the occasion of Mother's Day. The entire process of birth - from conception to delivery - was shown in vivid detail. One can't help but marvel at this miracle of Nature. It is the ultimate system in the universe. The power to create life has been bestowed on women, and that makes me a proud member of the feminine species!

To the woman who gave birth to me, to the woman who gave birth to my Ji, and thus gave me an eternal gift, and to all mothers all over the world, a Happy Mother's Day!


Comments:

Happy Mother's Day to both your mother and Ji's mother! :)
# posted by Anonymous poonam : Monday, May 09, 2005  


Procreation... Wondrous and damn boring at the same time...
# posted by Anonymous Anonymous : Monday, May 09, 2005  


looks like god gave u an extra large heart V.u r so sensitive, very post of urs is dripping with feelings.good goin.
# posted by Blogger Abhi : Tuesday, May 10, 2005  


hi
"to the woman who gave birth to my Ji"

im impressed by ur way of expressing ur eternal luv for ji

saurabh
# posted by Blogger saurabh ohri : Wednesday, May 11, 2005  


Post a Comment
Thought for the Day
What is yours will remain yours, even when it is not with you.

About Me
24 year-old female Arian. wheatish complexion, long hair, slender frame. After being a citizen of the world an Indian to the core

Fav Books: The Alchemist, Harry Potter
Fav Movie: The eternal Titanic
Fan of: Salman Khan, the English language
Fav line: When you want something very badly, the entire universe conspires to help you have it. [The Alchemist]


Favourite Haunts

Blogs I Read
The Past


This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?