The beauty of motherhood is not in reproduction. The beauty of motherhood is in inclusion. Yes? It’s not because your mother reproduced you, that’s not why a mother is precious. Because in many ways she saw you as a part of herself, it’s because of that. Suppose your mother delivered you and never bothered about you, she will be your worst enemy, isn’t it?
The willingness to include another life as a part of yourself. It is that beauty we are trying to celebrate with the mother’s day. Our mother, because physically she delivered this child, she experiences the child as a part of herself. It gives her the ability to place the child’s well-being above her own well-being. It comes easily to her. It can come to anybody. So you can place other people’s well-being above your well-being in so many ways. But, nature itself is assisting her to experience life that way, which is wonderful.
Your motherhood is about how you feel. It’s a question of embracing what’s around you. You have a need to embrace someone as a part of yourself. What’s stopping you? I’ll give you the whole world, embrace. You can live here like a mother to the world. What is stopping you? Just look upon everybody like that.