5 Stars Out Of 5
The high value of mothering
April 8, 2011
Age: Over 65
In a culture that does not put a very high priority on the value of mothering, this book meets a very desperate need to help equip those who understand that "it is still the hand that rocks the cradle that ultimately rules the world."
By virtue of the fact that the newborn infant has been within the womb of mother for nine months, and then is surrounded and aided by mother's breasts and arms during the first months of life, makes it inevitable that the initial emotional bond with mother will always be the strongest influence in forming an impressionable heart. Since mother has bonds and connection at a deep heart level, this will always be a deeper and stronger influence on a live than those who look to argumentation, external laws, or ultimately military power in order to effect change.
As Abraham Lincoln once said, "All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel mother." I salute the publishers of this timely work for a book that will help to equip those who have chosen the most honourable profession that there is.