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A mother is someone who is LOVING, NURTURING, and ATTENTIVE. A mother understands when it is time for her child to be his/her own person and holds no attachment, possiveness or is manipulative to keep her child by her side for her own selfish reasons. A mother knows that we all belong to NATURE and she is only a VESSEL and fulfilling her role in the DIVINE PLAY called LIFE. A mother does not taunt her children with any forms of negativity but is a TRUE WOMAN time and time again, A mother SACRIFICES her own wants and needs when necessary. She is the DIVINE TEACHER who gently guides her children to live a LIFE OF TRUTH, HONOUR and INTEGRITY. She leads with her HEART, COMPASSION and FORGIVENESS. Her NO is sometimes a LESSON IN LOVE, yet she is DEVOTED  on so many levels. She leads with WISDOM and is ACCCEPTING of our indifference. She is not hate, nor anger but a pillar of TRUE STRENGTH and UNCONDITIONAL LOVE !!! She also sees other children with kind eyes of love, creating BEAUTY and JOY where she goes.

To Motherly Peace which is so essential towards human happiness and World Peace !

Roshilla Ram


We are aware that at times  the task of keeping situations  light in our lives can be tiresome and very difficult, for underneath in our hearts, mind and soul there are memories or pain and trauma are so alive.  In meditation or other things are around us can trigger what we would rather not deal with, or nor remember at all.  If a situation has raised its ugly head again, forge ahead as signs that it may be time to let go !!! Dig in a little deeper and trust in yourself and what messages are coming from Nature… Strive for light and a new hope that ignites the desire for a transformation of your life !!!  Be the light being who is resilient and fun as well !!! Allow laughter and acceptance becomes easy.  All can be forgiven and forgotten… no need for excess baggage !!! (:

 



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