Quote of the Day

So what’s the secret to being a great mom? Time and patience. To me, you bring children into the world and yes, it does take time, it does take patience— because no two children are alike. To me, you take every child and what their biggest strength is and you build upon that strength to make them have a consistently good self-esteem and make them feel good about themselves.

— Debbie Phelps

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Motherhood has a very humanizing effect. Everything gets reduced to essentials. ~Meryl Streep

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  1. Nice quote! here’s another blog that i want to share with you that posts inspirational mother’s quotations…

    MANAY GINA DE VENECIA LAUNCHES ADVISORY BLOG, INSPIRES NETIZENS TO COPE WITH LIFE’S CHALLENGES

    Manay Gina De Venecia, life counselor, radio drama producer, and wife of former speaker Jose Devencia Jr., walks on the mild side by launching her blog, http://www.manayginadevenecia.blogspot.com.

    The blog focuses on issues pertaining to women, family, love and life. She describes herself as a “Quintessential Filipina”, and gives advice on a range of issues considered essential in the course of a woman’s life.

    She also showcases her advocacies and activities, especially the Haven for Women, Haven for Children, and the Ina Foundation.

    In her daily blog work, she posts quotable quotes she finds on the internet which appeals to her sensitivities. These include quotes for mothers, children, prayers on peace and understanding, and faith.

    Comments and quotes have been pouring in, mostly about musings of everyday struggle of people

    , says Eero Brillantes, who developed the creative and technical content for the blog of Manay Gina.

    If you would read the comments on the blog, you can see the potential for a powerful outlet to propagate hope. Tagos sa puso ang mga naka post. So much emotion is involved. All of us try so hard to find our patch of good earth.

    Of particular interest to a lot of her blog visitors is the post on the “Miracle of the Shoes” which talks about the loss of a loved one. The De Venecias lost a daughter to a fire accident at their home.

    A blog post from a certain Maria Isabelle had this to say:

    Losing a loved one is never easy. My Mom once told me that there is nothing more heartbreaking than losing a child. She said it with tears in her eyes. My Mom, like you, is a strong woman. She lost twins about two decades ago..And like you, she turned to the Lord and prayed for her two prayed for her two boys…I cried with you and your family. KC and I are of the same age and I felt you pain when I saw the footage on TV. Looking back, I see that you have come a long way from the shocked parent I saw. What I see now is a strong woman who believes that her beloved daughter is at peace with the Lord. Pairs of shoes are amazing. In your case, it is more than amazing. It is miraculous. Keep praying.

    Another post comes for a certain Ann Margaret and tells of her own life and death experiences as her comment:

    As I read Manay Gina’s blog on “Miracle of Shoes,” I felt the void inside my heart like her because I also lost my grandmother. It was so hard to accept that she’s gone because I don’t have enough courage and strength to endure the pain of losing her. Her death was so sudden. But it would still take a life time for me to say “I’m ok”. Her blog really touched my heart; it is very sentimental. I burst into tears while reading it. Losing someone we love is never simple; it would crash our hearts into million pieces, feeling as if the world is on your back. Though we cry so hard, it would never bring them back to life. Yes, I also believe that prayers are the best way to ease the hurt, because through prayers we can talk to them solemnly and in peace. Prayers are the best channel to communicate with God and to the soul of our departed ones. It would also help their soul to find their way to heaven. Let’s face the fact that they left us because they are now in the arms of God. Just be strong and have faith. Because everything happens for a reason.

    Manay Gina also writes on life learnings from her interaction with Former President Corazon Aquino, who she fondly calls “Tita Cory”. She says that

    To the world, she (Cory) will always be the symbol of a bloodless revolution. To me, she will always be my Tita Cory — a role model in integrity, the glow of reason in times of darkness, and someone who finds strength and perseverance in prayer. I believe the Lord has blessed Tita Cory with the gift of His peace — an inner tranquility that calms the heart and soothes the soul.

    The blog also features her own showbiz activities and in the process incites comments on the importance of her work in the field. “Nagmamahal, Manay Gina” has so far garnered two Catholic Mass Media Awards. Says Enzo Emmanuel,

    Showbusiness has become a tool of influence and change in society. because information is given at the same time as entertainment, the messages can easily get across. Manay Gina has used this to promote her advocacy which made a difference and lots of troubled women were given help

    .xxx

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