If you ask a girl who has been her pillar of strength, without thinking for a second, she would answer "my mother".; For some, the answer could be different also but I am sure for the majority the answer would be the same "my mother".;


I am no different. For a girl child, witnessing her mother doing mammoth of things with a smile on her face is an inspiration as big as this earth. From learning her first life lesson to getting tips of living life joyously, a girl receives her mother's precious guidance at each stage of her life. And this continues until the mother takes her last breath. Thus for me, my mother is my hero, the biggest role model, the biggest supporter and the most valuable person of my life!


However, there was a time when she was not my hero. Yes, I confess! I used to think that she was weak and emotionally fragile. As a child, I couldn’t understand the life that she was living being a wife and being a mother. I only saw a person who seemed emotionally incapable. However, in teen years, my understanding of life got better. I saw my mother managing home and family issues with ease.; I saw her being strict with her kids. I hated her many times for scolding me in front of our relatives. I hated her for not letting me wear what I wanted to. I abhorred her for being rigid about talking to boys in public. But I also observed her helping needy and elderly people. I saw her taking a firm stand and raising her voice where needed. Then I saw her supporting me in pursuing my higher studies in a new and distant city. I never noticed her crying whenever she came to drop me at the railway station. She wanted me to stay confident about my career goals, so she never showed me her weakness. However, she used to miss me a lot.


I started doing the job and she was the happiest person. Although Papa took the credit for letting his girls chase their dreams. But I know, she was Papa’s strength too along with mine. That’s why he agreed to take the step which no one in his family ever thought of; to send his girls to far cities for higher studies.;


I didn't truly realize how much of a hero she was until years later when I found myself experiencing post-traumatic stress after the birth of my child. In my heart, I attained more and more respect for her then. She guided me in my motherhood journey and it is because of her I sailed through those initial motherhood ordeals.; She also went through a difficult time when she was diagnosed with a critical illness. She had the lowest energy and very little strength physically.; However, she won the battle. Her strong determination of getting her health back defeated the negativity around. And with fighting her own battle, she continued giving me the support I ever needed.;


When every other day I get a reminder from her to sleep adequately, I feel she is my biggest well-wisher. When she advises me to stay covered and have haldi wala milk, despite I am a mother myself, I feel she is the dearest doctor I have. And when she senses my distress with just my voice over phone, I feel she knows me better than I know myself. She is truely #MyShakti .;(Cropped my father's pic in post photo I uploaded 😁, this post is for Amma)


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That's why mothers are so special. Nicely written post. 👌

Very well written👍👍,moms are exactly pillars of our strength

Very nicely written dear👌

very well written dear 👌

Beautifully written

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