May 9 will be the day of Mother’s Day 2021. A celebration that comes in a very special year, marked by the pandemic and above all by a social distancing that still remains a priority for contain and defeat the coronavirus. It is therefore more important than ever to be able to communicate at a distance affection, love, respect and gratitude for such an important family figure (whose essence goes beyond the purely "generative"). We have therefore selected some of the best quotes and phrases to congratulate him on Mother’s Day 2021.
My mother is a poem that I will never be able to write, even if all I write is a poem to my mother.
It is not possible to be a perfect mother. But there are a million ways to be a good mother. (Jill Churchill)
Understanding a mother is like a patch of emotions for a wounded self. (Haim G. Ginott)
Carry your mother’s warmth in your skin,
its smell in your clothes. (Choman Hardi)
God couldn’t be everywhere, and therefore He created mothers. (Rudyard Kipling)
A mother’s heart is a deep abyss at the bottom of which you will always find forgiveness. (Honoré de Balzac)
You are the only one in the world who knows about my heart what it has always been, before any other love. (Pier Paolo Pasolini)
Mom is that person who, seeing that there are four pieces of cake and there are five people, says that she has never liked sweets. (He held Jordan)
When my mom had to cook for eight, she always made enough for sixteen and then she needed half.
If even for a moment I thought I was strange, my mother’s eyes looked at me over the top of her glasses, and like two thumbtacks they fixed me firmly in my place in the world. (Banana Yoshimoto)
Mom is that person who, seeing that there are four pieces of cake and there are five people, says that she has never liked sweets.
(He held Jordan)
A mother’s love is peace. It doesn’t need to be conquered, it doesn’t have to be deserved. (Erich Fromm)
Mother’s Day is the only secular celebration that is, at the same time, also spiritual. (Jean Gastaldi)
Most mothers are instinctive philosophers. (Harriet Beech)
Mothers, it is you who have the salvation of the world in your hands. (Lev Tolstoy)