To All Those Mothers In The World, Thank You For Your Wisdom
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To All Those Mothers In The World, Thank You For Your Wisdom

Thank you, mom

To All Those Mothers In The World, Thank You For Your Wisdom

Happy Mother's Day! Here is some advice our mothers would tell us and we wouldn't think it would be useful in life. Now we have grown and finally understand what our mothers meant. We Love You, Mom!

Family: 1-8

Men: 9-17

Faith: 18-24

Life: 25-40

 "Family is everything."

"Protect your loved ones."

"Get along with your family, even if you hate them."

 "Love your children unconditionally."

"Don't spoil your kids all the way, know when to say "No"."

"Never forget where you came from."

"Don't forget your family traditions."

"Do not give into men."

"Do not waste time with a man that does not appreciate you."

"You can't always rely on men."

 "Marry someone for love not for money. "

"Please don't get knocked up at a early age."

"You are a lady, don't play around with boys."

 "A condom won't save you from making a baby."

"Be wise in who you chose as your friends."

"Don't party 24/7, try to have an actual life."

"Always carry pepper spray in your bag."

"Follow you heart."

 "Never lose faith."

"Believe in God and trust in his plan."

"Always be grateful. "

"Teach your kids to seek and love Jesus."

"Remember and teach your kids, God comes first before anything,"

"Go to church and be involved."

"Have manners and respect."

"Treat people the way you want to be treated."

"Respect your elders."

"Do the best that you can, no mater what you do."

"Speak up, let your voice be heard."

"Don't give up."

"Live in the moment."

"Strive to be better."

"See the good in people."

"Don't take things personally."

"Give more than you get."

"Enjoy those special moments."

"Notice the little things."

"Do everything with enthusiasm."

"Be yourself."

"Don't forget to pay your rent or mortgage."

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