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HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY 2018!
May 13, 2018

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May 13, 2018
A MOTHER KNEADS LOVE IN THE TAPESTRY OF OUR LIVES IN SO MANY WAYS!
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY MOTHERS AROUND THE WORLD! 
Not too long ago, had the rich experience in California's richest county, Marin, of seeing a friend's mom rise early in the morning before daybreak to make melt in your mouth morsels for her family and church. True Treasure is not in gold or dollars and cents.  This photo of this mother, grandmother and now even great grandmother speaks a thousand words of true value...like her overriding the pain for the expected joy.  Old bones ache sometimes, but she pressed on!

WOW-Whispers of Wonders--seeing the kneading, pressing and pounding of love to make life a little sweeter and better.  That's what Mothers do! They make life better. "Yes, they do!"  No wonder "Mom" is next to God in the pre-Twitter age short message of why we fight for America: "God, Mom & Apple Pie."

To those who can wear the Red Rose, as it is the tradition of Black Churches to honor a living mother, wear that Rose proudly and let your mother see you.  For those of us who wear the White Rose today, wear it proudly letting your mother know in heaven that you wear it as a pronouncement of all your accomplishments inspired by her.  Give tribute children, small or large and remember as with your mother's love, it's not the things that count.  You don't remember the presents but the presence!  
Mmm Mmm Good.  Just Give It Some Time!
 
Be encouraged mothers of little ones!  The manifestation of all of your kneading and caring does not display in a moment...but over time you'll see the benefits of your efforts for your child and yourself.  When it gets too wearisome, "do not weary in well doing!" Breathe!-God gently leads those that have young (Isaiah 40:11). Follow the gentle breeze. 

Be inspired by the mothers around you.  The mess of the moment will not manifest for a lifetime, if you "keep on keeping on."  And for those concerned about adult children remind God that they are His creation.  You do what you can do and leave the results to God.  It's never too late to love.  It's never too late to pray.


 
To All the Mothers of All Races Around the World!
You Are God's Best Gift to the Universe, WOMAN!
 
To All the Sadies Called by Different Names You Are Well-loved!
You are Needed cause You Knead! You Make the Difference!
YOU MAKE THE WORLD GO 'ROUND!
ENJOY "Spinners' Sadie!"
Get Ready for the San Francisco Black Film Festival in June, Father's Day and Juneteenth Weekend, June 14-17, 2018! 
20/20 Vision @SFBFF
 
Mother's Moment at the San Francisco Black Film Festival 
Founded by a Mother, Ave Montague
In 2011 The San Francisco Black Film Festival Honored the Lange Family, Jerri, Michael and Ted (of Love Boat Fame) as an outstanding Bay Area family in the entertainment industry. Director, Actor, Producer Michael Lange gave mother Jerri a loving kiss four years before his death on May 20, 2015, making the Red Carpet moment all the more significant as he honored his mother. (photo by Auintard Henderson/photographers@large)
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