Smiles of happy sunshine,
Arms of everlasting love,
Touch of sweet roses,
There is magic in the air
Whenever You are there,
Mother, everything to U I owe,
May all pleasures of life come your way.
When u feel u r alone in a crowd,
when u think no one can understand u,
when u think your love is rejected by others,
and when u hate your life just close your eyes and think about her who loves u truly,
cares for u in your loneliness, dies when u cry,
she is no one else but MOM
The love she has deep in her heart,
Always gives me a good jump start,
She is the one whos love is true,
Thank u Mom for being u.
The Miracle of Life
Nurtured by a woman
Who gave us
Love and sacrifice
When you feel you are alone in the Crowd,
When you Think No one can Understand you,
When your love is rejected by others,
& when your hate your Life,
Just Close your eyes,
Her face who Loves you,
More than any one else,
Who Care for you in loneliness,
& dies when you cry.
She is no One,
But your Sweet Loving Mother.
Love your mom first.
There is no velvet so soft as a mothers lap,
no rose as lovely as her smile,
no path so flowery as that imprinted with her footsteps.
Mother love is the fuel that
enables a normal human being
to do the impossible.
A mother serves her sugar with
A bit of peppermint
To clarify the passages
That carry what she meant
When she first set to bear a soul
Quite separate from her own,
Whom she would cherish, yet must teach
To live and die alone.
M For the MILLION things she gave me,
O For shes growing OLD,
T For the TEARS she shed to save me,
H For her HEART of purest gold,
E For her EYES, with love-light shining,
R For she is always RIGHT and always be.
Being a full-time mother is
one of the highest salaried jobs ¦
since the payment is pure love.
Once upon a memory
Someone wiped away a tear
Held me close and loved me,
Thank you, dear Mother .
If I have never said thank you for bringing me into the world I'd like to do that now.
The sweetest sounds to mortals given are heard in Mother, Home, and Heaven.
Never marry a man who hates his mother, because he'll end up hating you.
A mother is not a person to lean on, but a person to make leaning unnecessary.
The Best, Which Touched:
When I came home in the rain,
My Brother Asked: Why U Didnt take an Umbrella.
Sister:(Advised) why didnt U wait till rain stopped.
Father(Angrily) : Warned! only after getting cold, U will realize.
Mother: while drying my Hair, said,
STUPID RAIN! couldnt it wait, till my child came home.
That's MAA (Mother)
"When I arrived in heaven, I was inside the gate. The gate was really tall, and it was white. It was very shiny, and it looked like it had scales like a fish. I was in the inner heaven and everything was brighter and more intense on the inside of the gate. It was perfect! Perfect is my favorite word for describing heaven."
(Columbus, Ohio)—Kevin Malarkey's short drive home on November 14, 2004 with his son, Alex, turned out to be an unexpected road trip to heaven and back. Alex's story of the time he spent in heaven while in a coma is fully told by both him and his father, in a new Tyndale House book, "The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven," a remarkable account of miracles, angels, and life beyond this world.
Alex was presumed dead at the scene of the accident, and first responders considered calling a coroner. He survived but suffered traumatic injury to his brain and an internal decapitation. His skull was almost completely detached from his spinal column. Alex's parents were told that injuries involving this extent of spinal alignment virtually always result in death. If Alex were to survive, he would be a quadriplegic, never breathe independently, swallow food, or speak.
The prognosis was grim. Alex's family and friends started a round-the-clock prayer vigil in the ICU, which quickly spread across the country. In a matter of weeks, Alex's most severe spinal injuries were healed without medical intervention leading stunned doctors to cancel a critical spinal alignment surgery. (To watch a video book trailer CLICK HERE)
"The vertebrae were completely detached. The tendon sheath around the spinal column was severed near the base of his brain. The injury was so severe and so high on the spinal column; it is simply incredible that Alex survived." -Dr. Raymond Onders (Christopher Reeves' & Alex's doctor)
After two months in a coma, Alex slowly learned to speak again and had incredible things to say about where he had been: of events at the accident scene and in the hospital while unconscious, of unearthly music that sounded just terrible to a six-year-old, and of the angels that took him through the gates of heaven.
"When I arrived in heaven, I was inside the gate. The gate was really tall, and it was white. It was very shiny, and it looked like it had scales like a fish. I was in the inner heaven and everything was brighter and more intense on the inside of the gate. It was perfect! Perfect is my favorite word for describing heaven." -Alex Malarkey
Miracles continue to be the theme of Alex's story. On January 9, 2009, he became the first child to undergo the Christopher Reeve Surgery, allowing him to breathe without a ventilator. Today, twelve-year-old Alex loves watching sports and cheering for his favorite teams, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Ohio State Buckeyes. He believes he will walk again.
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Pastor J.V.J Mukherji