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Thesis Statement: The most precious gift from the god is “Mother”. I. Introduction: Everyone is grateful to god who has given us all wonderful things in our life. From the earth where we live to the sun where our day shines. There are thousands of blessing we use and get benefit from that we don’t even pay attention to all those. If I say what is the most precious gift from the god? Someone would say it’s the water we drink, someone would say it’s the oxygen we breathe and there are thousands of all those things, but the most precious gift from the god I think is “Mother”.

II. Body: A. Mother is a truest friend and a precious gift of god. 1. She is the one who suffers pain from the time giving birth to the time she raises her child.
2. she is a part of our strength and wining. B. May 14 is observed as mother’s day everywhere in world. 1. It is the best time we show our love, kindness and tell her how important her Presence in our lives. For me, my mom is the most significant personality in My life and that is how the mother is for everyone. 2. She is first female friend of everyone in their life. She shows us the right
Path.

C. Howard Johnson said, “"M" is for the million things she gave me. ”O" means only that she's growing old. "T" is for the tears she shed to save me. "H" is for her heart of purest gold. "E" is for her eyes, with love-light shining. "R" means right, and right she'll always be Put them all together, they spell "MOTHER," III. Conclusion: Parents are like kids when they get old. They need love, attention, time, and care. We should not forget how they took care of us when we were unable to do anything. When we couldn’t walk, eat, and tell what we want. So let’s make this mother’s day special for your mom. Hug and kiss her and tell her how important she is in your life. Make her feel that you really care about her the best way possible. Happy Mother’s Day…...

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