Who Started Mother’s Day and Why?
For our information, Anna Jarvis from Philadelphia started the celebration of Mother’s Day. This celebration was made in honor of her mother who organized women’s groups to promote friendship and health. This event happened on May 12, 1907, and it was a memorial service at her late mother’s church in Grafton, West Virginia. Since then, the celebration took place.
When and Why is Mother’s Day?
In the United States, the American people would celebrate Mother’s Day on the second Sunday of May each year.
Why We Celebrate Mother’s Day
And yes, we knew who Anna Jarvis was. She initiated Mother’s Day in May 1908. Jarvis’s mother was known for forming women’s groups to encourage health and friendship. In the wake of her mother’s death, Jarvis wanted to set aside a day to honor her mother’s sacrifices for their children.
This year 2021 people celebrate Mother’s Day on May 9. Many mothers who show care and courage to protect their children and teach them good values to be better people deserve this event. As well, numerous mothers who help their children hone creative and interpersonal skills, as well as abilities that carve our personalities deserve this celebration.
Why a mother is so important?
All mothers, those who give birth or not, deserve this honoring celebration. These mothers serve as protectors from harm and as givers of love and support. As mothers give life and give support for their children and family, we say Happy Mother’s Day.
… so, so many words to say. Words are never enough to thank you for all the things that you bestow, do, and offer – MOJ
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