A day to show how much we love our mothers
Delight your mother, who loves you more than anything, on today of all days: Mother’s Day!
We’ll always be the babe they held in their arms in their eyes. They think of us every moment and do everything they can to make us happy. And we love them just as much for the care they show us. On this special day, we get the opportunity to show them once again how much they mean to us.
History of Mother’s Day
There have been many celebrations throughout the history of society very similar to what we now call Mother’s Day. In ancient Anatolia, ceremonies were organized in the springtime for Cybele
, the mother goddess in Anatolian mythology. Britain has a centuries-old tradition of “Mothering Sunday”
, wherein people would visit their mothers before Easter and give them gifts. Julia Ward Howe
was the first person to suggest an official celebration for Mother’s Day in 1872. Mother's Day transformed into an official celebration thanks to the efforts of an American woman named Anna Jarvis