You count your blessings?

Mother’s Day is fast approaching and I am thankful for a wonderful caring mother, grandmother, and mother-in-law and aunt-in-law. Thank you for your blessing? Every year we have special days to remember to thank. We should thank our blessings every day.

 As a child of eight, I remember me think that they do not feel to be sitting quite so lonely and terrible and do homework, because Mama was with us on their homework. We worked together for three years until the choanal finished law school at the top of his class. Choanal Romayne Leader Frank taught us to seek answers to our problems. She taught us to think for ourselves.

My mother, Romayne Leader Frank arranged for the right classes so that it will be at home when my older brother and I came home from elementary school. It would be milk and cookies on the dining table for my brother and me, and it connects us with their coffee. We would all study together every day after school. Momma was right, his books and my brother and I have to study done our homework to study from primary school. If you have a question Momma would say very slowly, “how to open your book and find the answer?”

Mary Chernick Leader, my grandmother, Momma’s mother, as secretary of the company had worked neighborhoods, a club for women camps where they taught other women how to study businesses and invest in the stock market with less money to develop a nest egg. She helped the company Braille and sang and played mandolin on the mandolin. She raised a wonderful daughter whom I choanae, Romayne Leader Frank, who taught her patience, kindness, devotion to family and concern for others.My Leader grandmother enjoys reading and crossword puzzles and had a remarkable vocabulary and her daughter, my mother divided.

When I was a child of seven, I remember my grandmother sat with patience Leader encouraging me to read me. She had a Hershey chocolate and a bottle of juice on the table near, and each page of the book I the price is a little thing of chocolate and a sip of lemonade will have read. This was a great grandmother both choanae and leaves as a rule none of us eat candy or soda.

My mother-in-law, Pearl Berger Neustein was child between 6 and 8 children, born in Regina and Hermann Neustein. Pearl Berger raised two children at the age of 5.13 when her husband, Samuel Berger, died of cancer. She has worked hard to provide for their children, by studying them good moral values, teaching them, and work hard and care about helping others. I had to go to church every week. She worked hard to ensure both children when she went to college and graduate school.

For many years he worked at B. Altman’s “in New York City, a wonderful business. I remember shortly after it had been re-register my husband and I were married to Allan, my husband for the next semester’s college, and he could not register to go from work to Barnard Baruch. I worked on that day. His mothers, Pearl Berger, who took the day off from work and said it would get him, attend school. She was always willing to help their children and others. It was a caring and honest, I had the pleasure to know. She was five feet inches tall and for me it was one of the highest and most women who have known me for help for their diligence and commitment to their family, friends and others.

Pearl’s sister, my aunt-in-law was a child of 7 Helen Neustein family. Helen also worked at B. Altman ‘s department store shoe. She was a wonderful person with heart very high values ​​of honor and respect as her sister Pearl. My husband, Allan, remembers playing baseball with him as a child. She was always patient and kind. Helen was about five feet one inch tall, but she seemed six feet high, because of their diligence and commitment to their family, friends and customers.

What are the three things that you do, the blessings have given you can remember?

1) Start the day and remember to write down your blessings. Think of a person who has had a positive impact on your life and this is something nice for them.

2) Honor a special person in your life on a weekly basis through acts of kindness for others.

3) Think of people who have made a difference in your lives and honor them in a way to share these blessings with others through acts of kindness.

Remember to start the day Count Your Blessings!

What I learned from my mother, Romayne Leader Frank, my grandmother Maria Chernick Leader, mother-in-law, Pearl Berger Neustein, and my aunt-in-law, Helen Neustein?

1) Be patient and persistent, no matter how difficult the problem and working to find a solution.

, 2) Do not overwhelm with the accident and is in the course of action to solve the problem.

3) Remember that when we help others we help ourselves at the same time.

By  Taha Mateen


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