All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.
Attributed to Abraham Lincoln in Josiah G. Holland, The Life of Abraham Lincoln (1866), p. 23; and George Alfred Townsend, The Real Life of Abraham Lincoln (1867), p. 6. According to Townsend, Lincoln made this remark to his law partner, William Herndon. It is disputed whether this quote refers to Lincoln's natural mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, who died when he was nine years old, or to his stepmother, Sarah Bush (Johnston) Lincoln.
If you knew how great is a mother's love, you would have no fear.j. m. barrie
I remember my mother's prayers and they have always followed me. They have clung to me all my life.Abraham Lincoln
In the end, Mothers are always right. No one else tells the truth.Randy Susan Meyers
A mother is always the beginning. She is how things begin.amy tan
Mothers observe all, absorb all, give all, forgive all, offer all, suffer all, feel all, heal all, hope for all, pray for all. But most of all, Mothers love always.Richelle E. Goodrich
Her children arise up, and call her blessed.
At the end of the day, don't forget that you're a person, don't forget you're a mother, don't forget you're a wife, don't forget you're a daughter.Indra Nooyi
For an Ethiopian mother, if you have a chubby kid, it means you're doing something good.The Weeknd
I realized when you look at your mother, you are looking at the purest love you will ever know.Mitch Albom
The bearing and the training of a child Is woman's wisdom.
Moms and daughters can negotiate over anything, and they can go on longer than it took to settle the Vietnam War.Steve Schirripa
A daughter's need for her mother is biologic, and it continues throughout her life.Christiane Northrup
I greatly doubt whether the men who become pirate chiefs are those who are filled with retrospective terror of their fathers, or whether Napoleon, at Austerlitz, really felt that he was getting even with Madame Mère. I know nothing of the mother of Attila, but I rather suspect that she spoilt the little darling, who subsequently found the world irritating because it sometimes resisted his whims.bertrand russell