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Sunday, 8 May 2011


asalnya hari mother's day ini menyambut ulangtahun penubuhan negeri2  bersatu yang besar didunia. Didalam usaha sambutan itu maka disebut sambutan hari kelahiran/penubuhan Motherland(tanahair).. (Maaf tak dapat sambung link atau detail ini lebih lanjut).Tanahair/motherland dirujuk sebagai "she"..

anyway sebelum kita melalut menyambut sesuatu yang simbolik, kita perlu kaji asal usul jika boleh. Nak sambut atau tidak tak apa.. lagipun kita kena hargai jasa ibu/isteri setiap waktu bukan pada hari ibu. Maka kita perlu sambut hari ibu setiap hari dengan memberi layanan yang istimewa buat ibu/isteri 24/7, bukan hanya pada hari ibu...
Maka jgn tunggu hari ibu nak beri ibu/isteri hadiah. Hadiah dan sambutan yang terbaik adalah layanan yang sempurna dan berterusan, bukan kelamkabut beli hadiah dan kad pada hari ibu saja. Patutnya ia menjadi satu surprise atau bak kata orgputih romantic gesture from husband to treat or give surprises present etc(bukan surprises yang negative spt- main kyu 3, sebok tambah bini, affair sana sini etc).
Untuk anak anak, menghargai ibu yg duduk mereput di rumah dengan memberi penghargaan dan layanan yang baik. Bukan setakat kad dan hadiah di hari ibu saja.. tapi setiap bulan bawa ibu makan, belikan vitamin spt EPO, CODLIVEVER OIL, OMEGA 3 ETC BUAT IBU.
Mencari cara dan jalan memperbaiki kesihatan mereka, belikan fruit juicer utk mereka buat jus sayuran etc.

Anyway dibawah saya ambil petikan di internet mengenai sejarah sambutan mother's day ini buat rujukan semua...How was Mother’s Day Created?  article was taken with thanks- written by Heleigh Bostwick

Heleigh Bostwick - May 2011

Contrary to popular belief, Mother’s Day, the third largest card-sending holiday in the US, is not a holiday that was created by the greeting card industry, but has its origins in ancient Greece where it was celebrated each spring in honor of Rhea, the Mother of the Gods.

Honoring Mary on Mothering Sunday

In 17th century England, the celebration took on a religious significance, becoming a day that early Christians set aside to honor Mary, the mother of Christ. Eventually all mothers were included and the day became known as Mothering Sunday, because it was a day that celebrated both mothers and the church. In the UK, Mothering Sunday is celebrated on the 4th Sunday after lent.

Julia Ward Howe and the Mother’s Day of Peace

In America however, Mothering Sunday was all but forgotten by the English colonists when they arrived here in the early 1600s. It wasn’t until the mid-19th century that the idea was briefly resurrected by Julia Ward Howe, an abolitionist and social activist best known for penning the words to the “Battle Hymn of the Republic.”

In 1870, Howe declared the first modern “Mother’s Day,” composing what is widely believed to be the original Mothers’ Day proclamation in the US.

Howe was also a pacifist as well as an active participant in the women’s suffrage movement and two years later, combining her passions for both peace and motherhood, Howe declared June 2 a “Mother’s Day for Peace." She envisioned the day being celebrated every year on that same date, which it was for the next 10 years. But unlike today’s Mother’s Day celebrations, which typically honor the contributions of mothers to their families and communities, Howe saw it as a day for women to unite against war.

Anna Jarvis and the Modern Mother’s Day

The Mother’s Day holiday as we know it today is actually credited to a woman named Anna Jarvis. Jarvis was the daughter of Ann Marie Reeves Jarvis, an Appalachian homemaker who was an inspiration to Howe because of her work in improving relationships between neighbors in the north and south after the Civil War.

Although she was educated at Female Seminary in Wheeling, WV and taught for a while at a school, Jarvis returned home to care for her sick mother. After her mother’s death in 1905 Anna Jarvis dedicated her life to creating a day that honored mothers—living and dead.

She took up a letter writing campaign and brought her idea up to everyone she could. Eventually a local church, Andrews Methodist Church in Grafton, WV, where Jarvis had taught Sunday school classes for 20 years, took notice and is credited with the first Mother’s Day observance.

President Wilson Officially Proclaims Mother’s Day
Anna Jarvis’ persistence paid off and in 1914 President Woodrow Wilson officially proclaimed Mother’s Day an official holiday in honor of motherhood and is celebrated in the US on the second Sunday in May.

Ironically however, Jarvis was a spinster who had no children of her own.

And for the record, Hallmark did not begin making cards for the holiday in the 1920s.

Happy Mother’s Day!

Anna Jarvis’ persistence paid off and in 1914 President Woodrow Wilson officially proclaimed Mother’s Day an official holiday in honor of motherhood and is celebrated in the US on the second Sunday in May.

Ironically however, Jarvis was a spinster who had no children of her own.

And for the record, Hallmark did not begin making cards for the holiday in the 1920s.

Happy Mother’s Day!

how was mother's day created in this world

art taken with thanks

What You Probably Don't Know About Mother's Day

Posted Tuesday, May 5, 2009 by Allen B. Ury

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 10. No doubt most of you are planning to buy your mother flowers, take her out to brunch, buy her some jewelry or, at the very least, send her a greeting card and/or give her a phone call. As you (and millions of others) celebrate this holiday, here are some facts about Mother’s Day history and practices to keep in mind:

There are currently some 82.5 million mothers in the United States.

Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis (1864-1948), the daughter of 19th Century social activist Ann Maria Reeves Jarvis. Anna’s mother died in 1905, and two years later she launched a campaign to create a holiday on the second Sunday in May to honor her, as well as all mothers throughout America for the contributions they make to their families and communities.

Mother’s Day became an official holiday in 1914 via proclamation by President Woodrow Wilson. It immediately became a popular secular holiday celebrated nationwide.

Jarvis was ultimately disgusted by the commercialization of Mother’s Day, especially the sending of greeting cards. “A printed card means nothing except that you are too lazy to write to the woman who has done more for you than anyone in the world!” she reportedly complained.

The correct spelling of the holiday is “Mother’s Day,” not “Mothers Day.” It is a day that belongs to just one mother – yours.

The National Restaurant Association reports that Mother’s Day is the year’s most popular day for dining out. (And not doing dishes!)

It is also widely reported that more long-distance phone calls are made on Mother’s Day than on any other day of the year.

Mother’s Day accounts for approximately 8.0% of the American jewelry industry’s annual revenues.

Business research company IBISWorld reports that, this Mother’s Day, Americans will spend approximately $2.6 billion on flowers and $68 million on greeting cards.

Motherhood is actually less popular than in years past. In 1976, 90% of women between the ages of 40 and 44 were mothers. Today, that number has dropped to 82 percent. (Source; U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.)

Don’t forget your mother this Mother’s Day. And if you are a mother – have a great day. Remember, it’s yours!

akhir kata... selamat hari ibu... hari hari adalah hari be nice to your mother be it you are a big men or women small or little person.. no need to wait for mother's day to be kind and nice to your own mother!