To the pitiable blogger who feels sorry for mothers

vintage cradle mom and baby“‘A philosopher named Tagore once said, “I have had my invitation to this world’s festival, and thus my life has been blessed. My eyes have seen and my ears have heard… It was my part at this feast to play upon my instrument, and I have done all I could.’

Becoming a mother opened up my eyes and ears more fully to the grand symphony of life. I am still looking, still listening, and still learning.”

Debra Evans, in Heart and Home: A Reaffirmation of Traditional Mothering

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  1. Donna
    Posted February 2, 2014 at 10:42 pm | Permalink

    I think I missed it…who feels sorry for mothers?

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