Google Doodles Sporting Mom And Kids on Mother’s Day 2014
Mothers today are sporting, fun and the best friends of their children. Google brought home this changing role of the mother with an impacting, creative and artistic doodle this morning where a mother and her two kids are enjoying a fun ride on their cycles, dressed in full sporting gear – helmets, tees, jeans and flying scarves.
Last year, the Google doodle on Mother’s Day 2013, had a full-on card building machine. where you could create 27 different pieces of art, with a choice of 3 borders.
100 years ago, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Mother’s Day as a national celebration in the United States. In his 1914 presidential proclamation President Wilson used the spelling “Mother’s Day”.
Earlier, in 1912, Anna Jarvis trademarked the phrases “second Sunday in May” and “Mother’s Day”, and created the Mother’s Day International Association. (source: Wikipedia)
Since then, Mother’s Day has been the second Sunday in May has marked out to appreciate the invaluable contribution of mother – the most significant person in our life.
“The highest of all feminine types in India is mother, higher than wife. Wife and children may desert a man, but his mother never. Mother is the same or loves her child perhaps a little more. Mother represents colourless love that knows no barter, love that never dies. Who can have such love?– only mother, not son, nor daughter, nor wife. “I am the Power that manifests everywhere”, says the Mother — she who is bringing out this universe, and She who is bringing forth the following destruction. No need to say that destruction is only the beginning of creation. The top of a hill is only the beginning of a valley.” ~ Swami Vivekananda (source: Swami Vivekananda Quotes)
Some beautiful stories and poems on Mother
A touching story of a mother’s love for Mother’s Day May 11, 2014.
“My mother is wise, she is scared of mice…” – a cute poem by an 8-year old
“You are the earth that I need to return to…” – a poignant poem on what Ma means to me
A Mother’s Cry
“She had been waiting for this child to complete her world…” – a poem on the struggle every mother faces
“My mobile screen reads ‘Ma’…” – a beautiful poem on remembering Ma
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