We have many ways of honoring our mothers on Mother’s Day, such as with beautiful tulips. Aside from that, did you ever think that one day you might write a book about your mother? It’s very satisfying and here are 16 reasons why: (In upcoming blogs I’ll tell how I did it, so you can do it too.)
- You are an expert on the subject.
- You will be recreating a loving bond and passing it along to others.
- You will be following the “honor thy … mother” phrase of the Fifth Commandment.
- You will be using a latent talent that will make you and others proud.
- You will find out more about your mother’s traits and your own DNA.
- You will gain knowledge about the family you come from.
- You will find out more about the love that brought you into being.
- You will gain a new perspective on the times when your mother lived
- You will be using more of your time creatively.
- You will be happy, thinking about what to write while you do menial chores.
- Even your sleep time will be fruitful, as you wake up with new insights.
- You will reconnect with others who knew your mother.
- Your book will bring you readers and new friends.
- You will be keeping your mother’s name and memory alive.
- You will gain a new appreciation of the progress of life, generation to generation.
- You will be saying thank you and sharing on behalf of all of us and our mothers.
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