This year, let’s not celebrate mother’s day, because #EveryDayIsMothersDay
I will be twenty eight by the end of this month. Twenty eight, yeah, 28 x 365, that’s 10,220. I will be seeing my ten thousand, two hundred and twentieth day off life and today, this world is suggesting me to denote my ONE day to the person, who actually lives each and every day through me or the vice versa. I am not going to celebrate this mother’s day, this one day, because today I realized, that #EveryDayIsMothersDay.
I was scrolling down on my Facebook and read a caption on a video on my friend’s wall, it mentioned #EveryDayIsMothersDay. This made me watch the whole video, which eventually changed my idea to love my mother.
In that video, which is posted by Kashmir Banaspati and Cooking Oil, people are first asked how they celebrate mother’s day, and then, in reply to their answers, they are countered by another question that either one day can justify their love to their mothers or not. Eventually, everyone accepts that there should not be one specific day which is devoted to the mothers because #EveryDayIsMothersDay.
The idea, which is conceded by Kashmir Banaspati and Cooking Oil, has actually changed my perception, in fact, reminded me something which was actually in my sub conscious but I was more interested in following the tradition. And then, the voice power of legendary writer and speaker Zia Mohiuddin Sahab added more charm to it.
Just like me, Watch this social experiment video to change your perception too: