Are good and caring mothers extinct now?
we used to hear praises like this:

We praise our mothers because of the wonderful things they have done to bless us. While many women do many wonderful things, a mother, our mother, surpasses all others because she has done them for us.

Think of all she has done to give us life: offered her body, her time, her own physical nourishment, her attention, her affection, her concern, her laughter, her tears, her guidance, her correction, her pain, her praise, her care, her sleep, and her love. In fact, the list could continue for more than a page.


Take a moment and reminisce. Think of all the times your mother cared for you in special ways — birthday parties, shopping for you, praying for you, doing without so you could have… "There are a lot of good women out there in the world, but Mom, you're the greatest!" Proverbs 31:29 makes clear, this praise should be given by a good mothers.

But seeing news like this : A mother and her boyfriend have been jailed for murdering her four-year-old daughter in West Yorkshire. makes me ponder what is happening to mothers nowadays...

and also the recent Made in Malaysia case too :Ying Ying murder case and also this: Mother of abused toddler charged
No matter what happens to mothers this day, to me mothers are always and still of this image:

A Mother’s love, is sure to find
A way to comfort, ease your mind

She knows just how, to build you up
When you’re so down, and can’t look up

You love the way, she makes you feel
Like you’re so special, her ideal

Her thought must start, with God above
To bring such caring, with such love

And as it flows, like gentle rain
It surely helps, when troubles pain

The love from mine, is oh so clear
I only wish, she was here

Her warming glow, is missed each day
Even though, I seldom say

But she did leave her gift behind
To help me through, when I may pine

And that’s the feel, known deep inside
Her faith and love, I still confide


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