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Family Bonding

A mother never stops worrying about her children..,,no matter how old they are, married or unmarried, with kids or without kids, a mother will continue to cae about their welfare till she closes her eyes.....

This morning my mum and I had a close private conversation, just between both of us...

I know deep inside she is worrying about us siblings, our relationship between brothers and sisters..... all she desires is to see us happy and having a close bonding relationsip with one another, as a family.... and it is difficut for her to achieve her wish, as for now...

Though she confided to me that I am not one of them she is worrying about, I sitll feel a pang of sadness... for her and for my siblings...

If only.... PRIDE is not in the way....

If only we HUMBLE ourselves....and make the first move to mend our brother/sister relationship, then I believe family bonding will be restored in no time....


  1. A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of goreng pisang for five people, promptly announces she never did care for them
    And one good mother is worth a 100 teachers.
    Have a pleasant weekend, Lee.

  2. Well I hope that it works out for all of you.

  3. ur right Miss claire..if only people humble themselves i guess mis- be avoided...
    gud day:-)

  4. Good nicely articulated.

  5. =.= once you become a mummy, your life will never be the same again. You'll find things to worry about every damn day. LOL...When your kids are learning to walk, you'll worry that they will fall and injure themselves. When they are older and oredi know how to walk properly, yo9u'll worry that they will walk too far and forget home. LMAo... rite?

  6. right right.. when things are not turning out smoothly, we start worrying..maybe worries make us human...if no worries, maybe something wrong with our lives..


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