What matters the most
Sometimes I believe that everything my mum did in her life was only to give me an example. She showed me that every problem has a solution, as long as you look for it. In only 22 years I've learned so much. Did you know that living in hermetic, troubled land actually opens your mind?! Did you know that war, hunger and thirst makes your ideas grow, your imagination more colorful and your acts more generous than ever before!? I know.
We've been through a lot. Alone... Just a little woman and a little daughter. In the man country, listening to man decisions, suffering trough man war. And even though it was hard and more than we ever expected, we continued laughing mightily, working hard, singing aloud. Laughing, laughing, and laughing. Since I was little, it was always important to be good friend, to help, to prevent negative and bring a smile to every trouble. In the times of war, when I was just a little girl, my mum would work for days just to buy me one single ice cream. She really worked for that one smile. My mother lost her only brother, her only support. My mother won the war, wishing she was the last sister to go through it. My mother waited her husband for 5 years. She waited for the man of her dreams but got her worst nightmare. My mother won her worst nightmare, dreaming peaceful and sunny dreams. My mother fought cancer. My mother won the battle against cancer just so I wouldn't lose another important person in my life. My mother gave birth to my brother, to man. My mother loves that man with same amount of love and caring as she gives me. My mother has won the battle against man, simply by loving one.
And all this might not matter, if my mother didn't thought me to make new revolutions. If she never showed that you should respond to somebody else’s effort. If she did not repeat 100 times that mine happiness is her only joy. If my mother never regretted her inability to share her love and sustenance with woman across the world. If my mother never thought me that good and brave people live all around our planet. That friendships, connections, supporters and good vibrations can only lead me to victory, and never to sadness and loneliness. And finally if I didn't recognized World Pulse as summary of all values my mother told me about, I wouldn't be here, at this time, writing these words, hoping my connection won’t go off. I wouldn't mind if anybody would read this, and praise my mother’s life.
Thank you for existing…