Mother is love !!!!!!

Bangalore, India
October 9, 2009 9:14am CST
Every mom have affection and love towards her children, whether they are infants or grown up. See how this mother behaved when she lost her new born baby in a running train. This is an example of mother's love. http://epaper.timesofindia.com/Daily/skins/MIRRORNEW/navigator.asp?Daily=BGMIR&showST=true&AW=1255097729656
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@ladym33 (11008)
• United States
10 Oct 09
Well there are some women that sadly do not have natural love for what ever reason and for their babies I feel very sad. Hopefully women like that will do the right thing and put their babies up for adoption so somebody who will love them can raise them. But yes for the most part mother's have a very deep natural love for their children, like no other love there will ever be. I could not get the video to load but I am sure it is very sad, I could not imagine losing one of my children, a big part of me woud die if that were to happen.
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• Bangalore, India
12 Oct 09
Hi...ladym I am sorry that the link which I had given not worked properly. This is a news report. You can go through the following : BIHAR: A woman jumped off a speeding train after her newborn, delivered in the toilet, slipped out of the drain hole in the toilet. Miraculously, both survived. The incident occurred when Rinku Devi Roy was going to her father’s house at Paturi in Bihar, accompanied by husband Bhola Roy and their two-year-old daughter. The 28-year-old was in an advanced stage of pregnancy when she boarded the Utkal Express at Rourkela in Orissa. The family got down at Tata station near Jamshedpur and boarded the Tata-Chhapra passenger train on Wednesday morning. Later that day, Rinku experienced labour pain while she was in the toilet and gave birth to a baby boy. “But, to my shock, the child slipped out of the drain hole in the Indian-style lavatory. The only thing on my mind was to save the newborn. So, I jumped from the train,” Rinku said from her bed in the Purulia Sub-divisional Hospital. At that point, the train was passing near Gabaria, a few kilometres from Purulia Junction in West Bengal, about 200 km from Kolkata. Other passengers informed Bhola and then pulled the emergency chain to stop the train. Once the train stopped, Bhola, the guard and some passengers walked back along the track. To their surprise, both child and mother were unhurt. “I could not speak. I was crying and laughing at the same time. Rinku had minor scratches despite jumping from a running train. We took Rinku and the child to Purulia Junction where the very helpful railway authorities summoned a medical team, which took them to the hospital,” Bhola said. Hospital superintendent Swapan Kumar said, “Both the child and mother are fine. They will be discharged after being kept under observation for one day.” I agree with you that all mothers have a very deep natural love towards their children. We can not get this type of love from anybody let it be our dad, wife or children. Wish you many great days ahead !!!
• India
11 Oct 09
yeah U right mom loves her children so much always!!! she doesn let anyone to harm her children in any ways..She is the very first person to understand her childs problem..shel always be der to support her child in anyways and she wil allways stand beside u to help u...she feels happy wen u r happy...she s ready to sacrifice her likings coz to make her child happy..So its our responsible to make our mothers happy allways!!!!LOVE YOU MOM!!!
• Bangalore, India
12 Oct 09
Hi.....prakrithi Thank you for your response . I agree with you that it is the responsibility of all of us to make our mothers happy always. I like this sentence very much. Let me repeat .....LOVE YOU MOM
@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
13 Oct 09
yeah U right mom loves her children so much always!!! sorry but that isnt always true..there are MANY MANY children in the world who ARE NOT loved by their mothers..
• India
13 Oct 09
yeah i know some moms are not good...but i said about only those moms who loves her children more!!!!
@eowens (10)
• United States
11 Oct 09
I read the article and can imagine myself doing something like that!! My child was a miracle because I was never supposed to be able to have children. I had a couple of miscarriages prior to this pregnancy and then I lost her twin. She is 18 now, but I can tell you many stories about saving her. My friends said she was always so clumsy because she knew momma would rescue her. This is her first year at college and away from home and I worry and pray for her all the time, not just daily. We have always been so close, her highschool friends voted her "Most likely to live at home with Mom for many years". I can tell you that my heart grew with more love than I had ever known when she was born.
• Bangalore, India
12 Oct 09
Hi..eowens Thank you for your response in this discussion.You have the blessings of the Almighty so only He gave you atleast one child to love and to be loved. Wish you many happy days ahead!!!!
@ayenacsi (911)
• Philippines
11 Oct 09
I'm sorry I couldn't check out the article for myself, it seems I do not have access to the page :( Mother's love is hard to describe, I felt it when I first held my baby and looked at its peaceful face. It just is there, you feel it. It's like you would do anything for that sweet bundle and wouldn't let anything hurt your baby. You'll see more examples of mother's love from animals though not all of them
• Bangalore, India
12 Oct 09
Hi.....ayenacsi Thank you for your response in this topic and I am so sorry that my link was not worked to know the incident properly. Please read this news : BIHAR: A woman jumped off a speeding train after her newborn, delivered in the toilet, slipped out of the drain hole in the toilet. Miraculously, both survived. The incident occurred when Rinku Devi Roy was going to her father’s house at Paturi in Bihar, accompanied by husband Bhola Roy and their two-year-old daughter. The 28-year-old was in an advanced stage of pregnancy when she boarded the Utkal Express at Rourkela in Orissa. The family got down at Tata station near Jamshedpur and boarded the Tata-Chhapra passenger train on Wednesday morning. Later that day, Rinku experienced labour pain while she was in the toilet and gave birth to a baby boy. “But, to my shock, the child slipped out of the drain hole in the Indian-style lavatory. The only thing on my mind was to save the newborn. So, I jumped from the train,” Rinku said from her bed in the Purulia Sub-divisional Hospital. At that point, the train was passing near Gabaria, a few kilometres from Purulia Junction in West Bengal, about 200 km from Kolkata. Other passengers informed Bhola and then pulled the emergency chain to stop the train. Once the train stopped, Bhola, the guard and some passengers walked back along the track. To their surprise, both child and mother were unhurt. “I could not speak. I was crying and laughing at the same time. Rinku had minor scratches despite jumping from a running train. We took Rinku and the child to Purulia Junction where the very helpful railway authorities summoned a medical team, which took them to the hospital,” Bhola said. Hospital superintendent Swapan Kumar said, “Both the child and mother are fine. They will be discharged after being kept under observation for one day.”
@paula27661 (15899)
• Australia
11 Oct 09
A mother’s love is a strong bond as the story proves. It is almost subconscious and definitely instinctive; if your child is hurt or in danger, mothering instincts kick in and you do what you have to do. I have read heroic stories of what some mother have done to save or help their child. There is the famous one about the elderly lady lifting a car that was going to crush her son trapped underneath it. Mother’s love would have to be the strongest love of all.
• Bangalore, India
12 Oct 09
Hi....paula Thank you for your response and I agree with you that the mothers love is stongest than any body else love. Wish you all the best
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@bettydeng5 (1709)
• China
9 Oct 09
I agree with you, mother is the greatest mother in the world, and my mother is too. She always encourage me, give her concern, her love to me, and If I met any problem in my life, she first to help to resolve,and teach me how to be a good man. I miss my mother is very much.
• Bangalore, India
9 Oct 09
Hi....bettydeng5 Thank you for responding to this subject. Because of the error in copying the link, you are missing the real story. It is in the 15th page of the Bangalore Mirror. Wish you all the best
@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
13 Oct 09
I couldnt read the article myself but I have to tell you that as much as society generally would like to believe that all mothers love their children etc etc its not always true....there are many so called mothers in the world who actually HATE their children and take it as far as to murder them...there are mothers in the world who love some of their kids but not others (thats the type of family I was raised in)... Just because a woman becomes a mother does NOT mean she's going to be a great, loving one..or even just a good one for that matter..... Luckily I'm not one of those types...in spite of how I was raised...my kids are my life and I'd kill or die for them..