Mother’s Day is celebrated in many countries of the world, including in Bangladesh, on May 13. In the US it is celebrated on the second Sunday of May. In most Arab countries, Mother’s Day is always celebrated on March 21, which is the Spring equinox. In the UK and Ireland, it is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of May.
I personally think that every day should be Mother’s Day. All of us are deeply indebted to our mothers—a debt we can never repay.
Sadly, we increasingly see people abandoning their parents today. They are most unfortunate as they wilfully abandon one of the greatest treasures each of us are given in life.
Nevertheless, let Mother’s Day be a reminder of how we should care for our mothers, as they cared for us, and continue to care for us, all throughout our lives.