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Each year on the second Sunday in May, we take time to thank and celebrate mothers across America — those who give us life and believe in us, so we can believe in ourselves. Throughout our history, even as they have nurtured and guided us, mothers have built, shaped, led, and sustained our Nation with selflessness and courage.
She taught me about the importance of family, loyalty, and faith. Even now, I hear her voice reminding me that everyone is equal and that we are all defined by our sense of honor, duty, and courage. Her immeasurable strength lives on in all of her children, her grandchildren, her great-grandchildren, and the many other lives that she touched.
In the many years of our marriage, she has healed our family, guided us through unimaginable hardships, and brought us untold joy and laughter. Her strength and determination have been our bedrock, and her warmth holds us all together. Through their unconditional love, mothers shape our lives and help us become the people we hope to be.
From the earliest days of this crisis, so many mothers across our country have worked essential jobs, borne the brunt of our caregiving crisis, and selflessly provided support and comfort in a time of anxiety and fear. For many families, mothers took on the full-time role of teacher and caregiver when our schools and child care facilities were closed or operating remotely.
In fact, this year, millions of moms left the workforce or deferred their education in order to provide care. New mothers faced pregnancy and childbirth without family and friends to support them — exacerbating a preexisting maternal health crisis which disproportionately impacts Black and Native American families.
May God bless their memory and may this day fall gently on their loved ones left behind. When we support mothers, we support the prosperity, security, and well-being of our entire Nation. Our Nation would not be where we are today without the foundations built by mothers.
The Congress, by t resolution approved May 8, 38 Stat. I urge all Americans to express their love, respect, and gratitude to mothers everywhere, including the figures in our lives who nurture, guide, and sacrifice for us in the ways that mothers do.
I call upon all citizens to observe this day with appropriate programs, ceremonies, and activities. We'll be in touch with the latest information on how President Biden and his administration are working for the American people, as well as ways you can get involved and help our country build back better. Toggle High Contrast. Next Post. ZIP Code. Scroll to Top.United States mothers day any need some
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