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May 12, 2019 15:01:07   #
bahmer (a regular here)
 
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother
By David Jolly - May 12, 2019

I know a family with two daughters. One of the daughters has a daughter who is now a teenager and the other daughter is childless due to medical issues. The daughter who is a mom, regularly flaunts her motherhood over her childless sister.

However, from knowing this family, I can say with certainty that the daughter who has a child is mom, but NOT a mother, while the childless daughter would make a great and wonderful mother if given the chance.

The daughter who has a daughter is a tyrant not a mother. Her daughter has been her slave from the time she could walk. The toddler was made to throw her own dirty diapers away. As she grew older, she was forced to take on many of the household chores. By the time she reached junior high school, the child was pretty much a live-in maid for her mom, who was also very controlling.

That child is now in high school and working part time. Her mom takes all of her earnings, saying that the daughter owes her mom for all that her mom had to pay to raise her. The mom controls the daughter’s social life and everything she does.

The mom’s childless sister has for years mourned for her niece. She recognizes that there is no real love from her sister for her daughter. The only person her sister loves is herself and has been unwilling to sacrifice anything for her own daughter.

The childless sister has often pointed out that her sister is a mom but not a mother.

So, what is the difference between a mom and mother?

It’s easy to be a mom. All one has to do is have sex and get pregnant. But being a mother requires so much more. One of the problems facing America today is that the number of moms is increasing while the number of mothers is decreasing.

A mother loves her children by doing for them rather than forcing them to do for her. A mother sacrifices her time and so much more for her children, instead of taking from the children all she can.

A mother loses sleep over a sick child instead of complaining how the sick child has exhausted her.

A mother teaches her children how to do things so that they can do them when they become an adult, but not to make them a slave to the mom.

A mother trains her children for the day they get married and have a family of their own whereas a mom only trains her children to serve her. In the case of the two sisters, the mom has told her teenaged daughter that she can never move out because she needs her to take care of her.

A mother trains up her children in the way of the Lord whereas a mom doesn’t.

A mother prays for her children but mom doesn’t.

A mother devotes herself to raising godly children, but a mom doesn’t.

As we celebrate Mother’s Day today, ladies, ask yourself if you are a mom or a mother and note that this is Mother’s Day, NOT Mom’s Day.

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May 12, 2019 15:18:29   #
archie bunker (a regular here)
 
bahmer wrote:
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother
By David Jolly - May 12, 2019

I know a family with two daughters. One of the daughters has a daughter who is now a teenager and the other daughter is childless due to medical issues. The daughter who is a mom, regularly flaunts her motherhood over her childless sister.

However, from knowing this family, I can say with certainty that the daughter who has a child is mom, but NOT a mother, while the childless daughter would make a great and wonderful mother if given the chance.

The daughter who has a daughter is a tyrant not a mother. Her daughter has been her slave from the time she could walk. The toddler was made to throw her own dirty diapers away. As she grew older, she was forced to take on many of the household chores. By the time she reached junior high school, the child was pretty much a live-in maid for her mom, who was also very controlling.

That child is now in high school and working part time. Her mom takes all of her earnings, saying that the daughter owes her mom for all that her mom had to pay to raise her. The mom controls the daughter’s social life and everything she does.

The mom’s childless sister has for years mourned for her niece. She recognizes that there is no real love from her sister for her daughter. The only person her sister loves is herself and has been unwilling to sacrifice anything for her own daughter.

The childless sister has often pointed out that her sister is a mom but not a mother.

So, what is the difference between a mom and mother?

It’s easy to be a mom. All one has to do is have sex and get pregnant. But being a mother requires so much more. One of the problems facing America today is that the number of moms is increasing while the number of mothers is decreasing.

A mother loves her children by doing for them rather than forcing them to do for her. A mother sacrifices her time and so much more for her children, instead of taking from the children all she can.

A mother loses sleep over a sick child instead of complaining how the sick child has exhausted her.

A mother teaches her children how to do things so that they can do them when they become an adult, but not to make them a slave to the mom.

A mother trains her children for the day they get married and have a family of their own whereas a mom only trains her children to serve her. In the case of the two sisters, the mom has told her teenaged daughter that she can never move out because she needs her to take care of her.

A mother trains up her children in the way of the Lord whereas a mom doesn’t.

A mother prays for her children but mom doesn’t.

A mother devotes herself to raising godly children, but a mom doesn’t.

As we celebrate Mother’s Day today, ladies, ask yourself if you are a mom or a mother and note that this is Mother’s Day, NOT Mom’s Day.
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother br By David... (show quote)


Sounds kinda like my raising.

I sure miss my Granny! She was the mother to me.

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May 12, 2019 15:29:45   #
slatten49 (a regular here)
 
archie bunker wrote:
Sounds kinda like my raising.

I sure miss my Granny! She was the mother to me.

I echo my colleagues' sentiments. Mom was absent most of my life, whereas Grandma was a Mother to me.

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May 12, 2019 15:55:13   #
Noraa (a regular here)
 
bahmer wrote:
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother
By David Jolly - May 12, 2019

I know a family with two daughters. One of the daughters has a daughter who is now a teenager and the other daughter is childless due to medical issues. The daughter who is a mom, regularly flaunts her motherhood over her childless sister.

However, from knowing this family, I can say with certainty that the daughter who has a child is mom, but NOT a mother, while the childless daughter would make a great and wonderful mother if given the chance.

The daughter who has a daughter is a tyrant not a mother. Her daughter has been her slave from the time she could walk. The toddler was made to throw her own dirty diapers away. As she grew older, she was forced to take on many of the household chores. By the time she reached junior high school, the child was pretty much a live-in maid for her mom, who was also very controlling.

That child is now in high school and working part time. Her mom takes all of her earnings, saying that the daughter owes her mom for all that her mom had to pay to raise her. The mom controls the daughter’s social life and everything she does.

The mom’s childless sister has for years mourned for her niece. She recognizes that there is no real love from her sister for her daughter. The only person her sister loves is herself and has been unwilling to sacrifice anything for her own daughter.

The childless sister has often pointed out that her sister is a mom but not a mother.

So, what is the difference between a mom and mother?

It’s easy to be a mom. All one has to do is have sex and get pregnant. But being a mother requires so much more. One of the problems facing America today is that the number of moms is increasing while the number of mothers is decreasing.

A mother loves her children by doing for them rather than forcing them to do for her. A mother sacrifices her time and so much more for her children, instead of taking from the children all she can.

A mother loses sleep over a sick child instead of complaining how the sick child has exhausted her.

A mother teaches her children how to do things so that they can do them when they become an adult, but not to make them a slave to the mom.

A mother trains her children for the day they get married and have a family of their own whereas a mom only trains her children to serve her. In the case of the two sisters, the mom has told her teenaged daughter that she can never move out because she needs her to take care of her.

A mother trains up her children in the way of the Lord whereas a mom doesn’t.

A mother prays for her children but mom doesn’t.

A mother devotes herself to raising godly children, but a mom doesn’t.

As we celebrate Mother’s Day today, ladies, ask yourself if you are a mom or a mother and note that this is Mother’s Day, NOT Mom’s Day.
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother br By David... (show quote)


I was a Mother! My kids are all grown now with kids of their own. All are doing great and my grandchildren's Mothers are Mothers!

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May 12, 2019 16:22:51   #
no propaganda please (a regular here)
 
bahmer wrote:
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother
By David Jolly - May 12, 2019

I know a family with two daughters. One of the daughters has a daughter who is now a teenager and the other daughter is childless due to medical issues. The daughter who is a mom, regularly flaunts her motherhood over her childless sister.

However, from knowing this family, I can say with certainty that the daughter who has a child is mom, but NOT a mother, while the childless daughter would make a great and wonderful mother if given the chance.

The daughter who has a daughter is a tyrant not a mother. Her daughter has been her slave from the time she could walk. The toddler was made to throw her own dirty diapers away. As she grew older, she was forced to take on many of the household chores. By the time she reached junior high school, the child was pretty much a live-in maid for her mom, who was also very controlling.

That child is now in high school and working part time. Her mom takes all of her earnings, saying that the daughter owes her mom for all that her mom had to pay to raise her. The mom controls the daughter’s social life and everything she does.

The mom’s childless sister has for years mourned for her niece. She recognizes that there is no real love from her sister for her daughter. The only person her sister loves is herself and has been unwilling to sacrifice anything for her own daughter.

The childless sister has often pointed out that her sister is a mom but not a mother.

So, what is the difference between a mom and mother?

It’s easy to be a mom. All one has to do is have sex and get pregnant. But being a mother requires so much more. One of the problems facing America today is that the number of moms is increasing while the number of mothers is decreasing.

A mother loves her children by doing for them rather than forcing them to do for her. A mother sacrifices her time and so much more for her children, instead of taking from the children all she can.

A mother loses sleep over a sick child instead of complaining how the sick child has exhausted her.

A mother teaches her children how to do things so that they can do them when they become an adult, but not to make them a slave to the mom.

A mother trains her children for the day they get married and have a family of their own whereas a mom only trains her children to serve her. In the case of the two sisters, the mom has told her teenaged daughter that she can never move out because she needs her to take care of her.

A mother trains up her children in the way of the Lord whereas a mom doesn’t.

A mother prays for her children but mom doesn’t.

A mother devotes herself to raising godly children, but a mom doesn’t.

As we celebrate Mother’s Day today, ladies, ask yourself if you are a mom or a mother and note that this is Mother’s Day, NOT Mom’s Day.
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother br By David... (show quote)


Having worked with abused children for over 40 years, I know of so many women who prostitute their children, beat them or drug them. These are not mothers, or even Moms. They are the dam in a sire and dam arrangement. The chipmunks in our yard are better parents, and the Carolina Wrens nesting in the shed take more responsibility for their offspring. Generation after generation of reproducing without responsibility. Then add to it the push for two parents of the same sex having priority in adoptions. How can a child learn what a mother or father is if they have no experience of one of each raising children? Even the wrens know the responsibility of each.

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May 12, 2019 16:24:02   #
Carol Kelly (a regular here)
 
bahmer wrote:
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother
By David Jolly - May 12, 2019

I know a family with two daughters. One of the daughters has a daughter who is now a teenager and the other daughter is childless due to medical issues. The daughter who is a mom, regularly flaunts her motherhood over her childless sister.

However, from knowing this family, I can say with certainty that the daughter who has a child is mom, but NOT a mother, while the childless daughter would make a great and wonderful mother if given the chance.

The daughter who has a daughter is a tyrant not a mother. Her daughter has been her slave from the time she could walk. The toddler was made to throw her own dirty diapers away. As she grew older, she was forced to take on many of the household chores. By the time she reached junior high school, the child was pretty much a live-in maid for her mom, who was also very controlling.

That child is now in high school and working part time. Her mom takes all of her earnings, saying that the daughter owes her mom for all that her mom had to pay to raise her. The mom controls the daughter’s social life and everything she does.

The mom’s childless sister has for years mourned for her niece. She recognizes that there is no real love from her sister for her daughter. The only person her sister loves is herself and has been unwilling to sacrifice anything for her own daughter.

The childless sister has often pointed out that her sister is a mom but not a mother.

So, what is the difference between a mom and mother?

It’s easy to be a mom. All one has to do is have sex and get pregnant. But being a mother requires so much more. One of the problems facing America today is that the number of moms is increasing while the number of mothers is decreasing.

A mother loves her children by doing for them rather than forcing them to do for her. A mother sacrifices her time and so much more for her children, instead of taking from the children all she can.

A mother loses sleep over a sick child instead of complaining how the sick child has exhausted her.

A mother teaches her children how to do things so that they can do them when they become an adult, but not to make them a slave to the mom.

A mother trains her children for the day they get married and have a family of their own whereas a mom only trains her children to serve her. In the case of the two sisters, the mom has told her teenaged daughter that she can never move out because she needs her to take care of her.

A mother trains up her children in the way of the Lord whereas a mom doesn’t.

A mother prays for her children but mom doesn’t.

A mother devotes herself to raising godly children, but a mom doesn’t.

As we celebrate Mother’s Day today, ladies, ask yourself if you are a mom or a mother and note that this is Mother’s Day, NOT Mom’s Day.
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother br By David... (show quote)


A lot of families have one of these. So sad and it doesn’t always have a happy ending.

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May 12, 2019 16:25:22   #
Carol Kelly (a regular here)
 
Noraa wrote:
I was a Mother! My kids are all grown now with kids of their own. All are doing great and my grandchildren's Mothers are Mothers!


Ditto from me. One thing i definitely did well.

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May 12, 2019 18:54:34   #
Divine truth (a regular here)
 
bahmer wrote:
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother
By David Jolly - May 12, 2019

I know a family with two daughters. One of the daughters has a daughter who is now a teenager and the other daughter is childless due to medical issues. The daughter who is a mom, regularly flaunts her motherhood over her childless sister.

However, from knowing this family, I can say with certainty that the daughter who has a child is mom, but NOT a mother, while the childless daughter would make a great and wonderful mother if given the chance.

The daughter who has a daughter is a tyrant not a mother. Her daughter has been her slave from the time she could walk. The toddler was made to throw her own dirty diapers away. As she grew older, she was forced to take on many of the household chores. By the time she reached junior high school, the child was pretty much a live-in maid for her mom, who was also very controlling.

That child is now in high school and working part time. Her mom takes all of her earnings, saying that the daughter owes her mom for all that her mom had to pay to raise her. The mom controls the daughter’s social life and everything she does.

The mom’s childless sister has for years mourned for her niece. She recognizes that there is no real love from her sister for her daughter. The only person her sister loves is herself and has been unwilling to sacrifice anything for her own daughter.

The childless sister has often pointed out that her sister is a mom but not a mother.

So, what is the difference between a mom and mother?

It’s easy to be a mom. All one has to do is have sex and get pregnant. But being a mother requires so much more. One of the problems facing America today is that the number of moms is increasing while the number of mothers is decreasing.

A mother loves her children by doing for them rather than forcing them to do for her. A mother sacrifices her time and so much more for her children, instead of taking from the children all she can.

A mother loses sleep over a sick child instead of complaining how the sick child has exhausted her.

A mother teaches her children how to do things so that they can do them when they become an adult, but not to make them a slave to the mom.

A mother trains her children for the day they get married and have a family of their own whereas a mom only trains her children to serve her. In the case of the two sisters, the mom has told her teenaged daughter that she can never move out because she needs her to take care of her.

A mother trains up her children in the way of the Lord whereas a mom doesn’t.

A mother prays for her children but mom doesn’t.

A mother devotes herself to raising godly children, but a mom doesn’t.

As we celebrate Mother’s Day today, ladies, ask yourself if you are a mom or a mother and note that this is Mother’s Day, NOT Mom’s Day.
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother br By David... (show quote)


Mr. Jolly, thank for sharing this, and making the distinction between a mother's and mom. I acknowledge this day, as a business day using females as profitable to honor them, for one day.

Everyday is mother's day, because every female is the Mother's of Civiilization, not sex tools or males sexual pleasure or meat or flesh to lust over and after, (I'm guilty of this practice), I adore beautiful Caucasian females.

My desire for them is under full control, and not dogest, the world view of females is toxic and distorted.

In the urban communities, and noticed in the Caucasian community as well, we have babies having babies. With no responsibility or genuine love for the child or what's they birth.

I sick of females terrorizing their children's in the public, mentally and psychologically. You can't say anything to them, because they will kill you, or verbally attack you.

My beloved late mother's had nine children's, and five by difference father's, and I never knew my father's, so I accepted the heavenly father as my earthly, heavenly and spiritually father's.

You hit a home run, in revealing the TRUTH, and making the distinction between a mother's and mom, the difference between a female with knowledge of her TRUE self and divine nature.

Which most females don't know, or lack the intelligence. Sad, and beyond disgusting. I have one son, and his mother's made her transition, and never told me that he was my son.

My cousins told me, and I just saw a picture of him two years ago. He looks just like me. I called him up, spoke with him and send him money.

Some females do some and strength and orthodox things. I once said that I didn't want children's, because of the state of females of my dysfunctional Community.

I used to say, that I would kill her, or the kids, and that isn't nature or spirit. I Elevate my God givien beautiful Russian soulmate, as to her TRUE value, divine nature, and relationship with the Creator's, as His partner.

Our youths and young adults, males and females are mentally and psychologically abusing and terrorizing their children's in the public.

I would never, never date today's urban females, because I know I would end up leaving them, or going to jail, not for my actions, but for being compelled to act other than myself.

Tyrants is the sad state of urban communities females, and some in the Caucasian Community, and not sure what need to be done to change this state.

President Trump's is considering legislation to change the criteria for government welfare eligibility, which I support.

Most kids in the urban communities, father's is the City of New York, and other cities as well.

My Russian soulmate was there's for me, from Russia with love, pray and support.... when my beloved mother made her transition, I have nothing but the best of love for Russian females.

I respect, and acknowledge all other females, and there's accomplishments to society, the community and government contructs.

But, would've trust anyone of them, as far as I can see, and will love them from a distance, only for it a matter of my safety, health and mental equilibrium.

I am not the least surprise at your experience and post. I witnessed a female member of my dysfunctional Community. Allowed her males kids to be sexual violated, while she's stood near by, in East Harlem.

I overheard one of the boys say to his brother; "how much he gave you", his brother responded "five dollars". This rang home, because Christian Homosexual boys, paid us five dollars to perform oral sex on us.

I looked over and saw the car, with a Caucasian male inside, I then walked over to the boys, and asked one do your mother's know what you are doing.

He replied "yes", and then pointed to his mother's standing near by. I approached her, and stated do you know what your kids are doing. G-D is my living witness she said; "it puts food on the table".

I walked away, and cried, and I will never forget that day. I shared the incident with a church in upper Manhattan, that was caring for kids.

The Caucasian or black staff reported me to the security guard office. So, telling or reporting on the sexual abuse of black kids, by their mother is a criminal in the eyes of some white and black females.

So, I don't go into their churches, because they would out right kill you, and the males only interested is your phallic.

With all due respect to all females, your nature is divine, and your TRUE value is not sexual, its spiritual, for no Nation can rise higher than the woman.

Jana's is a spiritual role model for everyone in America to fashion after.

Listen to her words to me; "our relationship was made in the seventh heaven".

That's deeper then the sea and ocean, for a Caucasian female to know and say. That's how I know that G-D send her and that's she's His divine love and gift to me, from my intelligence and spiritual perspective.

There is no color or pigmentation in divine love, or the expression of it, from the female to the male, and from the male to the female.

Happy mother's day to all👨‍❤️‍💋‍👨❤️👨‍❤️‍💋‍👨💝💝🙏👌


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May 13, 2019 11:32:42   #
EN Submarine Qualified (a regular here)
 
archie bunker wrote:
Sounds kinda like my raising.

I sure miss my Granny! She was the mother to me.


Yep another Mother's Day hit on me. Both my grandma's died, one 22 years before I was born and the other when I was 1 year old.

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May 13, 2019 21:58:51   #
teabag09 (a regular here)
 
bahmer wrote:
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother
By David Jolly - May 12, 2019

I know a family with two daughters. One of the daughters has a daughter who is now a teenager and the other daughter is childless due to medical issues. The daughter who is a mom, regularly flaunts her motherhood over her childless sister.

However, from knowing this family, I can say with certainty that the daughter who has a child is mom, but NOT a mother, while the childless daughter would make a great and wonderful mother if given the chance.

The daughter who has a daughter is a tyrant not a mother. Her daughter has been her slave from the time she could walk. The toddler was made to throw her own dirty diapers away. As she grew older, she was forced to take on many of the household chores. By the time she reached junior high school, the child was pretty much a live-in maid for her mom, who was also very controlling.

That child is now in high school and working part time. Her mom takes all of her earnings, saying that the daughter owes her mom for all that her mom had to pay to raise her. The mom controls the daughter’s social life and everything she does.

The mom’s childless sister has for years mourned for her niece. She recognizes that there is no real love from her sister for her daughter. The only person her sister loves is herself and has been unwilling to sacrifice anything for her own daughter.

The childless sister has often pointed out that her sister is a mom but not a mother.

So, what is the difference between a mom and mother?

It’s easy to be a mom. All one has to do is have sex and get pregnant. But being a mother requires so much more. One of the problems facing America today is that the number of moms is increasing while the number of mothers is decreasing.

A mother loves her children by doing for them rather than forcing them to do for her. A mother sacrifices her time and so much more for her children, instead of taking from the children all she can.

A mother loses sleep over a sick child instead of complaining how the sick child has exhausted her.

A mother teaches her children how to do things so that they can do them when they become an adult, but not to make them a slave to the mom.

A mother trains her children for the day they get married and have a family of their own whereas a mom only trains her children to serve her. In the case of the two sisters, the mom has told her teenaged daughter that she can never move out because she needs her to take care of her.

A mother trains up her children in the way of the Lord whereas a mom doesn’t.

A mother prays for her children but mom doesn’t.

A mother devotes herself to raising godly children, but a mom doesn’t.

As we celebrate Mother’s Day today, ladies, ask yourself if you are a mom or a mother and note that this is Mother’s Day, NOT Mom’s Day.
Being a Mom Does Not Make One a Mother br By David... (show quote)


That's heart breaking to me. Kids and animals need to be treasured, not abused. I've hunted and killed animals but I did it humanely and actually I don't shoot anything anymore, I just get up in a deer stand and watch the sun come up and listen to the birds wake up and start singing. Oh my gosh it doesn't get any better than that. Think John Denver's ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH! Mike

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May 15, 2019 11:28:50   #
Divine truth (a regular here)
 
teabag09 wrote:
That's heart breaking to me. Kids and animals need to be treasured, not abused. I've hunted and killed animals but I did it humanely and actually I don't shoot anything anymore, I just get up in a deer stand and watch the sun come up and listen to the birds wake up and start singing. Oh my gosh it doesn't get any better than that. Think John Denver's ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH! Mike


It's more than heartbreaking, its is demonic, criminal, barbarism, and contrast to the letter, spirit and mandate of the female nature, Motherhood and love.

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