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Comment on Survived Another Childless Mother’s Day! | James Pat Guerréro

Posted in Family by James Pat Guerréro on 05/17/2014

A Lu Cong painting of a woman

A Lu Cong painting of a woman

Having a large family, I see the powerful importance of motherhood and childhood.  Children seek their mothers, not only in their childhood, but also in all their adult life.  Of course, it is a physical and metaphysical relationship of the highest order.  Never ending, yet transitioning to new and even higher levels.  The mother and child keenly feel, think, experience, and love their relationship.  The mother is the helper, the protector – one whom the child turns first, and always.  As the child grows to maturity, the understanding of the relationship expands and unifies, as the father looks upon a God-likeness with awe.

However, I always have called every one of my four daughters, “Mother,” since they were babies.   As every woman is truly a mother.  Equally, every child sees a woman as mother, first.

Survived Another Childless Mother’s Day!

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