Parents expectation from their child: A beautiful message for all amazing mothers.
In this post, I am sharing a very beautiful short dialogue between a mother and her son. I love the message of the story and therefore wish to share it on this special day what we call Mothers’Day.
This story tells us what a mother expects from her children when they are grown up. It makes the point that when the job of a mother as mentor and guide for her child is over, she expects her child to be a fine human character, that is, to be honest, to be kind and sympathetic, to be compassionate, to respect others, to maintain self-respect, to be responsible, to be giving and to be caring.
She doesn’t want worldly luxuries from her children. When her children are grown up, she expects them to treat her with respect and love, and treat others also with respect, and be the best human beings.
Read the story and if you like the message share it.
Mother(to her son): I battled with death when I was bringing forth you. I spent restless nights when you were ill and crying. I never ate without stuffing you first. I never felt disgusted upon washing your potty. I bore such huge numbers of torments to bring you to the phase that you are in today. “How will you repay me, my son”?
Son: When I grow up, I will get a decent line of work and gain a lot of cash for you so you can enjoy the delights of this world. I will give you all the thing whatever you desire.
Mother: Your dad is doing this as of now and I don’t expect this from you as well. By the time you are earning, I’ll be old and won’t need any worldly luxury.
Son: I will find a pious and carrying lady for you and wed her so she can cook for you and take care of you.
Mother: That isn’t her obligation my child and neither should you wed for this purpose. It isn’t necessary on her to do any service to me, neither do I anticipate this from her. Your marriage must be for you not for me. Your partner must be a companion and solace for you as you go on in the journey of life.
Son: Then tell me, mother, what shall I do for you? How can I repay you?
Mother(with tears in her eyes): Visit or call me often. A mother only requires this much from you while she is alive.
Then, when I die, give me your shoulder and bury me. Whenever you pray, supplicate for me. Be generous and give out charity me.
Remember that in the hereafter, every good deed will benefit me, so always be good and kind.
Fulfill the obligations of all those around you.
Never forget the people who are needy, orphan and sick.
“The sleepless nights and pains I took to bring you up were for my creator, not a favor to you. The merciful God blessed me with you as a beautiful gift and as a means to attain His pleasure. All your good deeds become my repayment.” I need nothing more.
Will you do it for me, my dear child?
Son: ( The child was too sentimental to speak anything and tears rolling down on his face)
A beautiful message for all the amazing Mothers out there.
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