I came across this posting some time ago. It expresses the love of a mother in the most detail way.
A mother’s love is something that no one an explain. It’s made of deep devotion, sacrifice and pain. It’s endless and unselfish And enduring come what may. Nothing can destroy it or take that love away. It is patient and forgiving when all others are forsaking. It never fails or falters though the heart is breaking.
I believes beyond believing when the world around condemns. It is far beyond defining and defies all expectations. It still remains a secret, like the mystery of creation.
A many splendored miracle hard to understand. It’s a special wondrous evidence of Life’s tender guiding hand.
On August 14th, 2014 My daughter and I were Reunified. It Took Me Two Years, A Couple Of Months And Tremendous Strive, But I Refuse To Give Up On You (My Nina Shari)
No more absent moments.
No more needed recollection.
My love for you is a supreme predilection.
You’re my guiding light from the depth of desperation.
The here and now
I’m No longer waiting upon the court’s prolonging.
No more longing your presence.
No more whimpers in the night.
I never worried of whom would present themselves to attack my love from you (my child) but often wondered if they ever expect the force behind my strength.
My love is rooted to your womb. It’s not just linked to the umbilical cord of your core.
It’s in the gumption of my actions and never falters by retraction.
Endless and effective fractions of consistent actions deem me a good mother to you.
I fight for my child to no end. There’s No Goliath Or Government Entity that can keep my baby from being with me.
DFCS swore under oath that my daughter was afraid of me, and she wished to stay in the State Of Washington. They had requested for my parental rights to be terminated. Below is a video of my little girl and I, a couple of days after her return.
My Friend Sharon Sherman had told me that God would provide me the strength I never know I had. Sharon was right. Our Lord and savior restored me after being broken. He consoled me during saddest moments and long cries. He also build me up and helped me not give up on my little girl Nina.
I’ve learn that if and when Jesus was crucified there was no doubt in his mind this act would save the world. All I had to do was save one person ” My little girl, Nina Shari.” I love you Nina. Below you all can see the results of my strive. I have been hired to work for an amazing company which provides us medical insurance, and all the perks of a fortune 500 company.
I am also working as an independent iPhone And Website Developer to move unto my project “Parents empower journey.” No one should suffer the consequences of a broken system. We all need fair balance in the Child Protective System without bias and prejudices.
Life is a portrait staged in various poses,
with different people, in many places.
Old Pictures crease, As Life Unravels new Folds.
Person/People in the pictures known to us may have become strangers or sadly faded away, But warm memories remain frozen on the glossy paper of time.
This is when we begin to take notice of the so long ignored
The “Self Portrait.”
My hair changed from brown to blue,
My body frame perhaps an inch or two,
But my “Self Portrait” remains being, the same person you once knew.
As I hold pictures in my now wrinkled hand, laughter plays inside my head Of
Silly jokes, Christmas Sparks, Birthday parties with dance and many songs sang, Even in some pictures some of us held hands,
hugged family and strangers and friends
Once New Year’s bell announced a new phase.
How sweet those moments imprinted by Ink were.
And though those times have gone by I love revisiting heart warming times. Perhaps tomorrow when I visit this pictures again with family, My children remember the “Self Portrait” in the woman they once loved.
I have been writing every day for the past two years. Through my struggles, I learned that God has all the power and reigns in the heart of those whom believe in him. Coming Soon “Mothers power Journey” the Book!
Feel Free to contact me at (725) 333-8042 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org