Happy Mothers Day

Happy Mothers Day

Hail Bravehearts

With thanks, we give praises to this special day.  To the finest, the most wonderful, the dreamiest and the most courageous.  Thanks to all of you, you special mothers. This is the day to celebrate you. Beautiful you.  Oh wonderful you.

The patches on my jeans, the warm woolly sweater, the cozy knit blanket, the floral arrangement and the pie.  I just love pie!  Fresh berries from the garden, homemade jam and apple pie, cookies in the cookie jar, and roast beef in the oven.  The smells of home and cooking, perfume is in the air.  We always know where mother is, her hand is everywhere.

Shops full of shopping, restaurants galore, our home and closets, rival those, with skills we all adore.  Homemade ornaments for the Christmas tree, new recipes to try.  Our budget is the windfall of dollars set aside.  The beauticians all know us, we frequent their abode, to cut and curl and streak our hair, for parties, gatherings and potlucks for the road.  Glamour is our style, we wear the trendiest designs.  Our look is always current, from our latest shopping spree.  We look so bedazzling, we rival the Christmas tree.

Polished nails and body wraps, massage and yoga tights.  Our bodies are our temples, fit, sleek and just right.  No attitude of worry,  fret or fear to linger.  We always are most charming, with smiles, hugs and cheer.  Be proud of us, we are mighty, the hand that rocks the cradle.  Great gifts to those we love, are given, as much as we are able.  To raise a child is easy, just always look your best.  A child is a delight to us, from heaven, the stork, or wherever babies come from.  Just make them all some pie, serve them some desert, after all, you are their mother, you always know best.

Little einstein is a wonder child, after all, he comes from you.  The family fortune just increased, with achievements, success and medals.  Keeping spirits up and enthusiasm high, is just another moment.  Sweet encouragement spills from your lips as easy as breathing a name.

The sun will shine, the birds will sing, the day will bring you flowers, for all of us have just one thing in common, we all have come from mothers.  The day grows long, the life is dear, it’s poetry in motion.  To watch or mothers make our beds and tuck us under the covers.  Sweet dreams of childhood, blessings dear, those days in hug wrapped comfort.  To be spoiled with love and kindness, is to have a mother.

Joy is the word, on this special day.  For kindness, love and giving, is the way, mothers earn a living.  Blessings are the children, they are always joy and pride.  A family with good intentions, will stay together and survive.  A mother is a beauty, she smiles and welcomes us home.  This comforting place of human space, is the nurturing place called home.

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written by Dr. Louise Hayes

May 14, 2017

Dear Mothers

Dear Mothers

Good morning Brave hearts

The celebration of life and love is a gift to you on the day that we celebrate mothers.
Dear mothers, a moment of your time, a life of care and nurturing, a protector, a supporter and a keeper of our memories. Our childhood moments of daring and brilliance, of adventure and imagination, of creativity and spontaneity. For us, the passing of time as we learn and explore. For our mothers, the moments of cherished memories of a child, so young and adored, so carefully nurtured. A being, brought into her life, with a purpose and destiny of it’s own.
Dear mothers, the light of that life dawns in the early morning and persists until the evening quiet and dark. The time consuming effort of endless hours spent in loving and hugging and kissing the infant. The demanding child, so
needing and fragile. The reward, to be a lifetime of gifted human love and compassion.
Dear mothers, you rock the cradle and the world listens, as you proclaim your love for your offspring. Happy child, nurtured child, hurt or brooding, the humanity persists in zealous comforting. Rich or poor, the mother gives whatever she is capable of giving. The constant demands of society, to raise this child to its potential. The demand to fulfill the duty, to herself, the family, to the socially accepted norm.
Dear mothers, the matrimonial pledge extends even moreso to the child, in sickness or in health, for richer or for poorer, until death do us part. The child is that part of us that we can’t let go of, that can’t be erased or replaced. That sums of money don’t equal, that can’t be negotiated, that’s carved in stone. Nurture and care, oh wise ones. The world is watching, and your precious offspring are your major calling.
Dear mothers, as you watch the growing child, with pride for their achievements, for always getting up after a fall, for forever running and playing, studying and befriending, the growing human becoming an adult. The work, the devotion, the endless play and support, the all time consuming act of nurture and love, to be lavished upon this blessing, this child.
Dear mothers, it never ends. The child grows and becomes an adult, a champion in your eyes. The effort was painless, the life so fulfilling, a reward just to meet your aquaintance. Mother and child, a bond never ending, a life time of companionship, of conversation, of devotion and care.

http://globalnews.ca/news/1321783/were-celebrating-mothers-day-all-wrong-according-to-holidays-founder/

Now mother, we look upon you with praise and adoration, with gratitude for affection, for time and for energy, for teaching, for nurturing and for love. The time spent surpasses the endless days of endless chores, of duty, of routine, of work and social demands. The time spent in teaching, in learning, in conversation and in play. For in mother there is beauty and grace, knowledge and skill, intelligence and love.

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So on this day, dear mother, we praise you and thank you. A day set aside for you.
Happy Mother’s Day.

written by Dr. Louise Hayes
May 10, 2014

A System of Support

Good morning Brave hearts.

Another day of toil and work, of goals and pursuits, of gain and prosperity, of diligence and duty. In the daily routine of work and play, of love and life, of gifts and sorrow, you persevere in your own domain, and demand strength from your own immortal soul. Heal your wounds, immortal being, conquer your fears, oh wise and intelligent ones. Live for the purpose of fine aptitudes, family and friends.
The joy of your being is to pursue a strong and healthy life, with a destiny carved by your own fine mind. Listen to that fine mind, oh mighty ones, it will take you to a calling of its own.
That path to achievement in a diverse world, where choice is sometimes overwhelming. Too many courses, too many industries, too many pursuits, too many volunteer organizations to join, too many causes. All so needy and so worthwhile. Where do you choose to spend that money, to make those donations, to develop those relationships and to support those areas of need?
Your own fine mind with its own fine aptitude will show you the proper areas to support. It will give you proper instruction for leisure activity and volunteer work. That image in your mind, is the source of all of your pursuits. It instructs career, relationships, passions and excellence. To devote your life to a cause, will give you excellence and expertise in your field.
To excel, follow the path of your destiny, and your life will unfold before you.
Choose your heroes, oh wise ones. There are inspirational people everywhere. Their messages of goodwill, of hope, of life worth living, will help you to pursue your goals, and give support for your quest.
Your volunteer life is your donation to society, to help improve the lives of others. It’s a donation to yourself, to fulfill that area of need, where you need to offer support and goodwill to others. What will you donate? Your time, your energy, your money? The needs of society are high and there is a need to pull people out of the shadows. To help them to achieve their goals, is the life support system that we live by.
Your volunteer work improves your social connections. It fills your life with gratitude and caring. It connects you to a life outside of yourself and your own personal needs. It gives you strength and achievement and community support, for other endevours.
Society needs your compassionate support. With you, we can all make a difference in the world. A world where needs are met. A society that we create for ourselves. With our gifts of giving, of compassion and sharing, we change our own lives for the better and improve others lives as well.
written by Dr. Louise Hayes
April 14, 2014

Tasks

For the ease of the family, so that everyone can work and play,the cleaning schedule should be a part of the daily living of each and every member of the household.
If each member of the household contributes 20 minutes every day to cleaning, the house will remain clean. No backbreaking, time consuming household chores for one individual only. That is too much work and too much indoor time for one person to bear. No more of one individual being stuck doing household chores while everyone else goes out to play. No more secluding and isolating one person to be a prisoner in the home, whose only achievement is the daily household cleaning and who`s conversations perpetually return to cleaning, cleaning products and general household care.
These conversations are for everyone, from time to time, for the general cleanliness and maintenance of the home.
The home is a place to be shared. The home is a place of comfort and joy. It is the responsibility of each individual to contribute to the comfort and joy of the home. This includes cleaning and cooking.
If each person cleans for 20 minutes a day, the house will remain clean. It has to start off clean. Do the deep clean first, them move to the 20 minutes each, every day schedule. It is not too much to ask. Choose how you would like to tackle this project. Will it be room by room. Task by task. One chore with an extra. The grounds have to be maintained as well. It could be an extra, since the maintenance of the grounds is a necessity and is essential.
Learning to garden, although a hobby for most who do it, is also a part of the Sustainability Plan for Food, if you are planting crops. Organic gardening is advised and all members of the household should be involved in the garden. Gardening is a pleasure, a reward, a life support and a means to understanding the Earth.
The family will interact with each other and share more, if these essential aspects of living are shared with each other. As the family shares more, the more they have in common. Since everyone does the same job, for the same amount of time, they will show more respect for each other. With the family working and living together, there is less intrusion by outsiders, because the family is always together. This gives them the time to play together as well. A close knit family is a family that will survive.
Praises mankind, your enduring relationships will last forever.
Written by Dr. Louise Hayes
February 3,2014

The Case, page 5

Good Day, you awesome human

Generations of internal peace and prosperity have left this land to you. Praises to you for the great peace of our ancestors and for the quiet calm of harmony. The brilliant diversity of multi-culturalism has enriched our lives and brought peace to thousands.

The Canadian cultural landscape is filled with diversity. The sharing of the richness of heredity is a gift. A gift of knowledge, intelligence and beauty. The preservation of such gifts is a national dream. Our national treasures aquaint us with the mysteries of the great planet. The mystery of bio diversity, of the human, of the ancient past. Our aptitudes thrive in such a land, building, sharing and preservation. The great gift of today comes from a past of diligence, daring, nurture and care. Each careful step to the fulfillment of a dream. A land of beauty and prosperity.
Brave fur traders, sensible exchange, hearty pioneers, diligent work. The work ethics of our past is the reward of our present. The safety and security of our culture is the preservation of the dignity of our ancestors. They came, they rose to the challenge and they achieved.
Generations of the family farm brings us national pride. No destruction, no despair. The endless call to finer produce, finer meat, finer farming. The endless call to feed the nation, to feed the starving. The diligence to the craft. Build a better product and save the hungry.
A noble cause from caring business enterprise. A commonplace cause in yesteryear, commonplace in the 1800’s, but not so much now. Our dependence upon those few who try, increases as cities fill, shopping malls increase and retail, merchandise and commerce become the more sought after way of life. Fewer and fewer farms to feed the growing masses of the multitudes of humanity in this country. Fewer and fewer people whose talents and skills lie with the land.
Immigration is steady. It brings many gifts. Culture, recreation, connections to countries abroad. It brings a demand for international relations, for products and services to fulfill the needs of newcomers. Cities swell, urban areas develop, the demand for food product increases, but the family farm diminishes. Of the thousands who enter the country, few leave the cities, few choose to farm.
Of all of our nations wealth and prosperity, where will we be without food.

http://www.gofundme.com/FarmedAndDangerous

The family farm is in decline. Mishaps that cause alarm resound in our ears. The food chain is threatened. This is not just a case about sheep. The other animals are gone as well. This is a case about a farm. A Canadian farm. An industry in decline in Canada. An industry that helped to build a strong and healthy population, a strong and healthy nation. An industry first and foremost in our minds. Food.
Our negotiations cannot fail.
written by Dr. Louise Hayes
November 30,2013

The Case, page 4

Good morning, brave hearts

A day to call your own. A day of well spent pleasure, of pursuits of intelligence and excellence. A day in the life of the great planet that gives you joy and prosperity. Hail to you, almighty human for the joy and achievements of this day.

For you, the family farm might be a lifetime away. A thought in your mind as you feast upon the daily harvest and shop amongst the worlds finest negotiations. Food on your plate, no starvation, good health, good nutrition and commonplace abundance. Lucky you, great human, for the commonplace prosperity of this land.
The family farm is the lifeline of our nation. It brings security and prosperity to us in the form of high quality farm goodness that sustains us with healthful produce. The fresh quality food, high in vitamin and mineral content protects our bodies and gives us strength. The family farm, a vital key in our survival, is our lifeline to survival.
Aptitudes of animal husbandry, crop production and the joy of the land.
For those people who enter into the farming business enter with gladness. The business and its necessity are obvious. The work is constant, the reward is fulfilling. The healthy farm and its wholesome product is a passion of business, sharing, nurture and care.
The occasional mishap becomes a public outcry of save us! Save us from disease, from blight, from nutritional deficiency, from crop failure, from lost variety and starvation. The interruption of the food chain is a genuine loss of contentment. The loss of carefully cultivated genetics is a loss of cultural heritage.

http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2012/04/13/marni-soupcoff-the-cfia-shouldnt-be-leading-montana-joness-lambs-to-the-slaughter/

An unusual case. The plight of a shepherdess and the loss of generations of careful Canadian selection, breeding, heritage sheep and cultural heritage. The loss of livelihood and passion. All for an animal, an infected animal, a diseased creature that did not reside on this farm. An animal who resided 1500 miles away. An animal that developed a disease which it would only spread to each other, not to other livestock or humans. An animal that was destroyed 1500 miles away after being diagnosed with a disease called scrapie, which infects sheep and goats.
None of the animals in her possession had the disease.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrapie

An unusual case. No disease amongst the animals in her flock. A flock of rare animals, of heritage Shropshire sheep of careful selection and breeding. A disturbing case of years of investigation and persistent intrusion. A case of sorrow and hardship. A case of loss and devastation.
Hear us, almighty human, as the court case for this family farm nears. The Canadian farm is a legacy to Canadian nation building and survival. Heritage breeds remind us of the glorious past of nation building and the strength of the people in pioneering, homesteading, farming and settling the land.
Hear us, almighty human, as we reason this case.

written by Dr. Louise Hayes
November 29, 2013
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You precious divas

Good morning you awesome divas
In a world of change you must change yourselves. In a world of increasing violence you must protect yourselves.
Beware the opportunist, the predator who lurks in wait for you, has a mind you don’t understand. Think clearly you precious ones, don’t be out too late, don’t be the last one to leave.
Violence is all around us. It breathes to us scandals of victims to come, a con of criminals relentless and desperate. They breathe in our ears of persons of ill repute. It is all about all of you. A stalker so stealthy, they pursue and divide.
Victims galore,unsuspectingly led, a false step without fear with a person of casual acquaintance. Beware you beauties, all of your friendliness, all of your polite conversation, all in good will, all in courtesy, all for naught if it leads to you.
You, darlings, be careful. Go home with the crowds, on well lit streets, with people still walking in the busy hours. As the crowds thin, you should be safe at home. The night life is for occasions with companions, never alone, never to meet people, always to be safe with people you trust.
Your car is parked at the door of your business. Your flashlight with your keys in hand and a cellphone companion to talk to while you unlock your car door and get inside. Safe. Your doors are locked and no stranger is with you.
Strangers. People you don’t know.
Cast out your safety nets, protect who you can.
The long road to equality rights, can’t end in despair. The history of sisterhood, can’t end in treachery. The
freedom to choose, to become an individual, to be the gift of the human that you are. These are the issues that were fought for, that were previously won. The rights to self improvement, to success, to personal achievement, to enter into the domains of work where only men hold rights. The pioneering women who came forward to boost the moral and achievement of women, can’t loose their hard fought lives to violence.
Caution, divas. You must take care.
Your home is your sanctuary. Your safe place. You need a witness to your return, you need an alibi and you need a soulmate. Don’t live alone. To venture out into the world alone is a precarious adventure. Who will protect you? Who will notice that you’re not there?
Cellphones and taxis offer some protection. That small investment for a life worth while.
The dark streets are never really safe. Dark parking lots are dangerous and predators are opportunists. We can’t loose you divas. Not you, not your children.
Society needs your survival. It needs your intelligence, your fine mind, your fine being and it needs your children. You, precious ones, must keep society safe. It’s your civic responsibility to keep yourselves safe.
No daring, late night encounters. No dare! No whims. Only the constant conscious of personal security, personal safety. You have won your rights, but you’re losing your freedoms.
Take back the streets was a message in vain. Take back the night was a message of danger.
You, divas, don’t know who lurks in the dark. Friend or foe it’s too much of a chance to take.
Take back your freedoms, oh wondrous ones. Be safe, not alone.
written by Dr. Louise Hayes
October 1, 2013