“Life doesn’t come with a manual, it comes with a Mother” | Amy Rees Anderson's Blog
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An Instruction Manual to Oneself
What are some social life hacks? Yes, mothers raising children is by far the most powerful, impactful, and influential thing that happens in this world. And the impact a good mother has on generations to come is as wide spread a legacy as can be achieved in this life. The influence of a mother in the lives of her children is beyond calculation. I arrived at church this morning to find my daughter Ashley sitting up on the stand at church.
She gave an amazing talk on Motherhood and she shared some of the values she felt I had taught her in her life. Sure enough, I went through the tissue faster than you could imagine. I was humbled and touched beyond measure and I am so grateful for her words today. So we decided to follow my parents to their church building and I was able to hear a beautiful talk given by my Mother on the lessons she learned from my Grandmother.
Once again I had need of some tissue. As we drove home all I could think about was how blessed I was to have had amazing an amazing Grandmother who raised my amazing mother, who then raised me, and I was blessed to then raise a sweet daughter of my own, who will one day in the future raise children of her own…each Mother passing on life lessons and an example for the next to follow. What a tremendous legacy and impact good Mothers have on this world.
Who can put a price tag on the influence a mother has on her children, a grandmother on her posterity, or aunts and sisters on their extended family?