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A Mother’s Day Message

Posted on: May 8, 2011

 

“Why does the thrill of soaring have to start with the fear of falling?”

Did your Mom, or someone like a mom, ever give you an extra push that helped shape your life? Have you ever had to give your children or someone else a push? It isn’t easy, but so necessary. Without an extra push from time to time we would never accomplish our dreams or become the person we were meant to be.

Here’s to all the Mom’s out there that have given that all important push. It is the greatest gift of all; the supreme act of love and courage.

Perhaps we learn it from nature. I would like to share a wonderful video as my Mother’s Day gift.

“Even Eagles Need a Push”

http://www.flickspire.com/m/hwnw/EvenEaglesNeedAPush?lsid=6457f7883f328ea1acbf48697123b60e

Happy Mother’s Day!!

7 Responses to "A Mother’s Day Message"

Where would we be without our mothers? Great post.

I just watched it. Very touching and inspiring. Thank you.

Thanks Carol. Were you able to watch the lovely video? Have a wonderful Mother’s day!

Happy Mother’s Day, Darlene!

And to you as well Laura!

Wonderful message for Mothers Day. I really enjoyed it.

Thanks Christine! So glad you enjoyed it.

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