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A mother's sacrifice brings teens to tears

‘As a mother, she will always takes care of her children and sacrifice herself for them. It is the unconditional love of a mother.” This is the message of a poem and accompanying photo recently sent around Facebook. The poem and picture reflect the sacrifice of mother to her children to show all children how much they mean to their mothers.

This post has received more than 1,000 likes and nearly 500 shares. ​

One of the comments, posted by Dara Den Lucky, said: “After reading and seeing this picture, I want to cry.” Cha Lida tagged her mother in a comment saying, “I love you mum.”

Pich Sakada wants his ill mother to regain her health and Tata Fc posted: “I love my parents very much and want both of them to be healthy.”

Sinaro​ Chhoeurn hopes that this picture is seen and reflected upon by all children.

The merit of a mother should never be forgotten and there is nothing to compare it with.All children should return this love by doing a good deed for their mother. Via the comments on this picture and poem, we can see that young people appreciate their parents’ merit. Our fathers are just as important in our lives as our mothers.

We want to thank the person who started this post for making young people think about all their mothers have done for them.

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