"Mom no! I don't like to eat this. Prepare something else for me."
"Why son! I've made it with my own recipe and it took long to prepare this. You should eat it."
"NO! I can't mommy. Please! I don't like this dish at any mood. Just make something else will you."
"Alright kid! I shall make whatever you want me to cook."
This is just but one example of hundreds of heart-melting occasions a mother treats her child in. Allah has rightly said that heaven lies under mother's feet. And honestly it all depends on us as to how we treat her. She has spent a part of her whole life just to bear us and make us the best lads in town. Not every mother wants to see her child being notorious or being a part of the illegal. At least a sensible mother won't like that way for her own child. It is our responsibility to make her feel special, make her feel honourable, make her feel the way every mum wants to be felt by her child. Just imagine our parents have got a huge status in our religion as well. Allah has prohibited to even speak in the 'initial criticizing mood' with them. And today just throw a glance at the society. Parents are being treated like friends by their children, their own children never feel ashamed to speak bad to them and diminish their statuses. That shouldn't be happening at any cost or else their consequences will be severe. We all are loved the most and nourished the most at our initial stage of life and that is when we should keep in mind that we'll never look down upon them and treat them the 'Parents' way.
Now back to mothers.This day is celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of May each year. But for me every day is a mother's day. I really needed to write an effective blog on this special occasion and I think I've given what I was supposedly to give by writing this blog.
Just remember friends, no another mother comes when the original one is gone. So learn to appreciate her by any means and pray to Allah for her good health and sound life always. Peace.
P.S. I love you mom and always will