A Peek-In to the Kitchen
When I was growing up with my five siblings, my mother uttered words I understood enough to listen, but didn't sink in. However, they made me feel happy and secure. I knew that they were good words to follow, because my mother is a good woman and mother.
Respect instilled in our hearts. I realize that these "old mother goose' sayings have Eastern roots. And our Eastern cultures have thrived in upholding values, and of course, happiness. I think, the Law placed on our parents' hearts, and on their generations before them, carry on the responsibility to train us up to be useful human beings caring for life and for those around us. I felt secure, filled with hope and promise, because we saw that my parents valued life.They taught us about the Giver of life.
We will pass the words on to our children. So, "that it may go well with them with long life"
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Photo credit to MY HUSBAND, Reuel Santos GAHenty, Flickr : "Twilight Blue"
Photo description: MY kitchen window at past sunset.
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