'The Love by which I judge'
May 10th, 2007
Edited last: 5-12-2013
By; Eric Kinkelbe reminded of her
will be a particularly difficult Mother’s Day as it has been a
very short four and a half months since my mother passed away on
December 26th 2006. A solitaire trip to the cemetery
on Sunday, the tears will fall heavy as I seek alone time with
my mom. It will surely remind me of the void in my life.
This past week prior, as I hear all
the radio and T.V. ads about Mother's Day, they will remind me of the
impending day to celebrate the great symbiotic love between a
mother and a sibling. In turn, I will concurrently
It is important to note
that my mother’s love is the standard by which I judge all love.
In those living years, your mothers physical being, her
greeting, her smile, her warmth and understanding comes over you
with such pleasant magnetism it can easily be taken for granted.
I remember everything about my mother, and my life with her.
These very memories carry me through the low times in my life…they never die, they just get better!
I had much time to prepare
for my mothers departure, yet her physical death still remains
and uneasy memory. I continue to come to grips with those
moments and try to remember that she would have preferred I
focus my efforts on simply living my life with out such regret,
and to continue to become a unique productive individual who
embodies the same kind of radiance she affirmed in me.
This Mothers day celebrate
your Mother’s life whether she is with you or not. Use the
strength and symbiosis attributed by your mother, to pass on
what ever goodness and mercy you can.
Every day should be Mother's Day
whether you are with her or not. To contemplate your existence
must start with your mother and end with love in your heart for
her, regardless of your personal circumstances. This is the one
human who gave you life.
I witness women everyday who are
mothers. They never cease to love their children, regardless of
their own life's tribulations. This remains a constant,
even through illness and unsettling times.
I long for, and and desire to
seek out a similar love. I am hopeful one day to find such an
individual. One who who embraces the best of her beauty along with and
unending nurturing spirit. In turn I will reciprocate the same.
continue to base my understanding of love on that which my
Mother exemplified everyday she was alive while raising me and
my sisters with that unique and unconditional kind of love that
all mothers share, and impart.
to see the Tributes & Memories page dedicated to my mother and
my sister Linda.
to view concert video of the song I recently wrote for my late
mother called" Photographs, Loving Laughs"
to view my 2008 audio/visual tribute to my mom.
to read comments regarding moms final days.
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