Well, first I have to say that I had multiple mothers. You see, when I was very small, my mother left me for the other world.
My Aunt Rita and Grandmother stepped in to help raise me. I am very grateful for their guidance and wisdom.
During this time of year, I like to stop and think about my wonderful mothers and what they taught me during my formative years. It’s hard, but I narrowed these down to the top 3 things.
- Honesty and Integrity. My Aunt Rita made sure that I got this one. In fact, this was a very high priority in my family, and this set down the blueprint of how I relate with people today.
- Spirituality. One thing that my Grandmother did instill in me during our brief relationship was spirituality. In fact, she often told me that spirits roam for 3 days after death. This must have intrigued me, since I am a medium today and it’s my service to help others connect with their loved ones on the other side.
- Role Model. Both my Aunt Rita and my Grandmother were upstanding role models to me, and it’s because of my Aunt Rita that I am the person that I am today. It’s important that young people have elders that help shape them in a good, positive way.
That’s my 3 things that I think of when I think of my mothers. Tell me what 3 things do YOU think of when you think of your mother?