Moms Will Always Be Moms

This is a beautiful piece that I came across today. As it pertains to moms and is so well thought out, I couldn’t resist myself from sharing this.

See how concerned mothers are for the well-being of their children. It doesn’t matter who their children are and what they have become or done. For a mom, her son will always remain her son, and she will remain a mother for him.

This Saturday, enjoy this write-up, dedicated to all mothers of the world, but for whom the human civilization would have failed to move forward.

So here are those mom talks:

☘️ Issac Newton’s mother: 
“But did you wash the apple before eating it?”

☘️Archimedes’s mother:
“Didn’t you have any shame running naked in the street? And, who is this girl, Eureka??”

☘️Thomas Edison’s mother: 
“Of course I am proud that you invented the electric bulb, but now turn it off and get to bed !”

☘️Abraham Lincoln’s mother: 
“Now that you have become President, for heaven’s sake get rid of that shabby tailcoat and stovepipe hat, and buy yourself a decent outfit.”

☘️Galileo Galilei’s mother:
“What use is seeing that goddamn moon with your telescope if it does not help me see my mother in Milano.”

☘️Samuel Morse’s mother:
“Make sure your school report card doesn’t have only dashes and dots.”

☘️Mona Lisa’s mother:
“After all that money your father and I spent on your braces, is that the best smile you can give us?”

☘️Michelangelo’s mother: 
“Can’t you paint on walls like other children? Do you have any idea how hard it is to get that stuff off the ceiling??”

☘️Albert Einstein’s mother:
“Can’t you do something about your hair? Use styling gel or something!”

☘️Bill Gates’s mother:
“You keep browsing all day long; but watch out if I ever catch you on any adult web-site.”

☘️Daniel Fahrenheit’s mother: 
“Stop playing with boiling water and let me make my tea.”

☘️Georg Ohm’s mother:
“I don’t like you resisting everything I say.”

☘️Robert Boyle’s mother:
“If your volume is really inversely proportional to pressure, you must be having a constipation. Take a laxative.”

☘️Alessandro Volta’s mother:
“It is shocking to see you all the while dipping those copper and zinc rods in that beaker.”

☘️Andre- Marie Ampere’s mother:
“Apart from fooling around all the time, shall you ever find time to glance through your current books!”

☘️Christopher Columbus’ mother:
“I don’t care what you were busy discovering and where, you could still have dropped a two line letter!”

☘️And finally, Socrates’ mother:
“If you keep drinking from any cup, it is not necessary that you will also survive like Mira Bai*.”

*Born in the Rajput royal family, Meera Bai was a 16th-century Hindu mystic poetess and a staunch devotee of Lord Krishna. Because of her religious devotion and disregard of royal traditions, she was poisoned by her in-laws, but legend says she survived.

I conclude with a short video. Just have a look at the purest form of love…

–Kaushal Kishore



    1. You’re right, Joanna, whenever I think, read or write about mothers, the image of my mother comes in front of me. I’m glad you liked this post. Thanks a lot!


    1. Oh, so sorry, Filipa, I can understand your feelings. I’m sure, your mother will always remain with you showering her love and blessings. I lost my mother about three years ago, but I still feel her presence around me. That’s why I often write about mothers. Stay blessed, always 💖💖🙏


  1. That was a great post, KK! It is so true about moms; from the second we become a mom, our lives are changed forever. One of the things I find that never changes (at least for me) is my concern for my son’s welfare. When I know they are traveling or not feeling well or have a tough decision to make, I worry about them. I worried when they were kids and I worry now that they are grown with kids of their own. Until the day I cease to exist, that will never change.

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    1. You’re absolutely right, Nancy, your kids will remain your kids despite having their own kids. This emotion never undergoes a change. There are mothers who come to know about illness of their kids by telepathy or whatever. Thank you so much for sharing your touching words and deep reflections 🙏💐

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  2. Awww what a sweet, special, precious and heart-touching post!!! Made me think of all the wise words my mom has said to me over the years and appreciate her that much more!!! Love the creativity and love flowing through this post, a treat to read 🤍🤍🤗🤗

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    1. I’m happy that you liked the post, Grace! While posting it, I also thought of my mom and her words of wisdom. I think all mothers think and act alike. Thank you for such a touching comment. It means a lot 😊💖

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