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Mothers -- Wise Sayings About Mothers

 

 

Countless times each day a mother does what no one else can do quite as well. She wipes away a tear, whispers a word of hope, eases a child's fear. She teaches, ministers, loves, and nurtures the next generation of citizens. And she challenges and cajoles her kids to do their best and be the best. But no editorials praise these accomplishments where is the coverage our mothers rightfully deserve. -- James C. Dobson


No gift to your mother can ever equal her gift to you life.

No man is poor who has had a godly mother. -- Abraham Lincoln


The most important occupation on earth for a woman is to be a real mother to her children. It does not have much glory to it; there is a lot of grit and grime. But there is no greater place of ministry, position, or power than that of a mother. -- Phil Whisenhunt


When all is said, it is the mother, and the mother only, who is a better citizen than the soldier who fights for his country. The successful mother, the mother who does her part in rearing and training aright the boys and girls who are to be the men and women of the next generation, is of greater use to the community, and occupies, if she would only realize it, a more honorable as well as a more important position than any man in it. The mother is the one supreme asset of the national life. She is more important, by far, than the successful statesman, or businessman, or artist, or scientist. -- Theodore Roosevelt


A small boy went to the lingerie department of a store to purchase a gift for his mother. He bashfully told the clerk that he wanted to buy a slip for his mom but he didn't know her size. The lady explained that it would be helpful if he could describe her--was she fat, thin, short, tall? The youngster replied, "Well, she's just about perfect." So the clerk sent him home with a size 34. A few days later, the mother came to exchange the gift, as it was too small. She needed a size 52! Just about perfect! -- --James S. Hewett




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