What's your mother's favorite saying

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  • If you have been your mother's undisputed darling, you keep that feeling of conqueror for life, that confidence in success, which not infrequently actually leads to success.

  • Think of the eye that watches / still gives you a pleasure / think of the hand that many nights / your bed of pain spread out to you / think of the heart, the only sore / and only blessed because of you, / and then kneel down the reason / and implore your mother's blessing!

  • The mother's heart is the son's most beautiful and captive place, even if he already has gray hair. And everyone has only one such heart in the whole of the universe.

  • A bad husband is sometimes a good father, but a bad wife is never a good mother.

  • The first education is most important, and it is indisputable that this first education belongs to women. If the Creator of nature had wanted it to come to men, He would have given them milk to feed the children.

  • All human love must be acquired, conquered and earned, preserved over obstacles. Mother's love alone is undeserved and undeserved.

  • There is only one completely selfless, completely pure, completely divine love. And that is the mother's love for her child.

  • The mother's heart is tremendous. Even if the child has done harm to us, one can never hate what one has given birth.

  • The mother carries the child in her womb for three quarters of a year; / the mother carries in her arms / the child because it was still weak; / the mother carries the children in her heart / forever.

  • A good mother gives her stepchild a piece of cake the same size as her own child. But it exists in a different way.

  • Everyone carries within them an image of woman from their mother. From this he is determined to venerate women in general or to disregard them or to be generally indifferent to them.

  • Nature determined woman to be the mother directly, and only indirectly to be the wife.

  • Have you seen mother when she buys sweet slumber for the darling / with her own sleep and cares for the dreaming, / feeds the trembling flame with her own life / and rewards herself with the care for the care?

  • The mother loves the children more than the father; because she knows that they are her children. He just believes it.

  • What one has from one's mother is stuck and cannot be talked out of it.

  • There is no woman's right to have a child; there is only a child's right to a mother.

  • With the mother and her sons / the wonderfully perfect world is crowned. / Even the church, the divine one, does not / represent anything more beautiful on the heavenly throne; / Art itself does not create anything higher than that which is divinely born / than the mother with her son.

  • More people perished from deluded motherly love than from the most dangerous childhood disease.

  • There is nothing more charming than to see a mother with a child in her arms, and nothing more venerable than a mother among many children.

  • When Eve was inconsolable, exiled from Eden, the Lord gave her the child, so that she would forget her tears.

  • Mother's love, see, that is the compulsory portion / of love happiness that every creature / casts out the barren nature.

  • Even if his childhood were completely silent - one day she will wake up again and speak to him: At his mother's bier.

  • As much as there are white crows, there are so many good stepmothers.

  • The memory of my mother and her virtue has become, as it were, a cordial for me, which I always take with the best success when I somehow stumble towards evil.

  • How often has it come to my mind that of all the benefits, the first maternal instruction is the greatest and most lasting.

  • The women may only first become mothers again, soon the men will also be fathers and husbands again.

  • The common man calls his wife "mother" as soon as she has given him more than one child. This title is more to him than woman.

  • Some mothers are people whose children would probably get a more natural upbringing in the zoo than under the thumb of the social norm.

  • Mothers may deign to breastfeed their children themselves, so morals will improve of themselves, and the impulses of nature will grow up again in all hearts.

  • O mother, keep your child warm / the world is cold and bright, / and carry it piously in your arms / on the threshold of your heart.

  • It is the mother of the one her child calls her / not the father, only the nurse of the sown germ. / The father is the father, but she keeps the pledge, / the friend's friend.

  • Before all are to be honored / stepmothers who rule as second mothers.

  • Whoever does not smile at his mother / who does not appreciate the god of the table, the goddess of the bed.

  • He may indeed boast of the favor of the gods / to whom in the second wife she is given the mother / for a first child.

  • Despicable is a woman who can be bored when she has children.

  • Every animal, even the most despicable one, as soon as it appears to me to be an attentive mother, is immediately so respectable to me.

  • No matter how poor a mother is, she gives her child warmth.

  • When the child is teething, the mother should sell the petticoat to give him wine.

  • Mother's love is warm and heartfelt, even in the storms of life no one can harm her.