Mother’s day- She Has always been there for me!
Posted on 28 April 2015
She Has always been there for me!
There is no greater love than that of a person that sets out their life for that of another. Your mother has always been there for you- for “what you remember” – but even more for the time “you don’t remember at all”!
The new TROLLBEADS video commemorates this and more!
Life is made up of so many moments but the ones we share with another person we cherish the most. The time we have spent with our mom is even more special. Exceptional because no one knows you better than her. It’s the person who you don’t have to pretend with. The living soul who will give you her hand to take you yet another step further in putting life into a perspective. She has seen and done it all, she is experienced and surrendered herself to you and most of the time left behind her own desires because she adored you. Even more deserved that there is a day to worship her.
Ever wondered where Mother’s day originates from?
Mother’s day like we know it has its roots in the US and goes back to the Civil War. During that time, a group of mothers lead by a woman called Anna Jarvis got together because of their children that battled in the Civil War. This gathering was formalized in 1914 by President Woodrow Wilson as Mother’s day.
Furthermore inspired by an American celebration of working ladies, the German socialist Klara Zetkin organized International Women’s Day (IWD) in 1911. On March 19, communists from Germany, Austria, Denmark and other European nations held strikes and walks. Russian progressive and feminist Aleksandra Kollontai, who organized the occasion, depicted it as “one fuming trembling ocean of ladies”- and Women’s day was born.
Now whether you prefer Mother’s or Women’s day- remember the time that very special someone has always been there for you- and simple just say Thank you!
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Text by Claudia Trimde