Partners in Crime

All human beings are distinct individuals, responsible from their own selves. However, no matter how different we are from each other, in order to live a full life, we all have to cooperate with others. We have to come together and live as a part of a society according to our common interests.

From managing a firm to leading a group, from dancing in harmony to taking care of a child, we need our partners in crime, in every aspect of our lives.

This neither means that we are weak, nor incapable of doing what we want to. But in order to enjoy our lifespan, be successful and most importantly happy, it is certain that we have to share our lives with our significant others at some point. Whether they are our business partners, classmates or loved ones, we truly need them.

In fact, choosing a partner, trusting them to walk on a path together, is very hard. So from now on try to be cooperative; don’t push people away. Be careful; but don’t be afraid to trust. And if by chance, you have already found your partner in crime, don’t let them go. Believe me, you are one of the luck ones.

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Mother’s Day

Although the dates may differ all around the world, there is a distinct day on the calendar for our mothers, no matter where we live at. The second Saturday of May is celebrated as Mother’s Day at my hometown and many other places in the world.

While the origin of Mother’s Day goes back to the era of ancient Greek and Romans,  the roots of this meaningful day can also be  be traced in UK’s Mothering Sundays or in the pioneering women of US, Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis. (You can click here if you want more detailed information.)

Even though I am a person who strongly believes that no day is sufficient enough to express our gratitude for our mothers, it is a nice thing to appreciate all those sacrifices they have done for us and spend this beautiful day with our beautiful mothers.

It is generic I know, but it is the reality. It’s true that we don’t know the values of things we have, until we loose them forever. Hug your mothers strongly, buy them flowers, take them to a dinner. No matter what you do,  make them smile while you can.

At the end of the day, you will see that a smile of a mother is worth the whole world. I hope you’ll understand this before it is to late and you’ll never feel a bitter sense of regret.

Happy Mother’s Day to all of the beautiful mothers, grandmothers, and aunts all over the world!

Works Cited:

1- “Mother’s Day History.” Mother’s Day. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 May 2017.