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On Mother’s Day, thank you – by Louise Correcha


This mother’s day, I’m searching for a way to articulate what motherhood means to me, to somehow honour my fellow mothers. My first thought is that if love is indeed the force turning this world, mothers are perhaps its source – the mountains from which rivers carve gorges and valleys where life multiplies. But I struggle to articulate it further.…

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Musings on Mother’s Day – Danielle Ross Walls


A few years ago, my eldest son purchased a Mother’s Day gift for me at his school fair. It was the first time that he had his own money to spend, and he was proud as punch with his purchase! A squishy stress-ball, hot pink in colour and in the shape of a heart. It has the words BEST MUM…

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