Motherhood is hard isn’t it?
Asked By MyLifeJourney3 22-25, M 12 Answers 34 mins ago in Community

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Motherhood is hard, very hard.
But a true mother is happy enough to overcome with greater and greater success.
True mother is the one who educates herself in bearing and rearing her children, with support of the true father.
With popular and universal access to free education today, no human beings can justify their ignorance about family life as husband and wife, mother and father. All children must be nurtured and educated properly, so that they will become good parents, good citizens, good human beings. Those who don’t have children should adopt and raise children. Government agencies cannot be justified in leaving any child uneducated. Caretakers also need training as teachers and parents.
We will surely have a much better world with people who educate themselves as parents and teachers of children.
We have no other ways to build a civilized world.

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Abdul-Baha says:

So Bahá’u’lláh made the utmost efforts to educate [His people] and incite [them] to morality, the acquisition of the sciences and arts of all countries, kindly dealing with all the nations of the earth, desire for the welfare of all peoples, sociability, concord, obedience, submissiveness, instruction of [their] children, production of what is needful for the human race, and inauguration of true happiness for mankind; and He continually kept sending tracts of admonition to all parts, whereby a wonderful effect was produced. Some of these epistles have, after extreme search and inquiry, been examined, and some portions of them shall now be set down in writing.
(Abdu’l-Baha, A Traveller’s Narrative, p. 41)


Sacred motherhood
Embodiment human love
Throughout history


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