Mother’s Day Thoughts

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In 1914, Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation designating Mother’s Day to be held on the second Sunday in May as a national holiday. What a boon for the economy! From flowers to candy, cards to clothes, travel, etc. etc. etc. every aspect of the economy benefitted from this proclamation.

So why do folk buy into this one day man made event?

There are many women who would love to have children but cannot. How do they feel on this one day? Churches bought into this farce. Mother’s stand up on that Sunday leaving others sitting, maybe with their heads down, some females opting not to even go on that day because they will come out with no rose. Are those without a rose less than?

Then to add insult to injury, some churches have Mother/Daughter lunches. What happened to Mother/Son lunches? A mystery to me.

It is a day. Granted…

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