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Mother's Day is a very joyous occasion for those who still have a mother. In Japan, if you still have a mother, they have a tradition to come out and give you a pink carnation or a pink rose. And if you don't have a mother anymore, they give you a white one. The one who receives the pink carnation like this one, feels very happy and appreciative of their fortune that they still have their best friend in the world. Well, apart from the father as well. And the one who receives the white carnation feels sad and praying and remembering the mother and pray for her wellness in Heavens, and thinking of all the beautiful times that they spent with the mother and thinking of all the sacrifices that she made to bring them up, to nurture them, to teach them right from wrong, to protect them from all the unfortunate things that might happen to them in this world. There's no end to what a mother can do, would do, or has done for their children. Any living beings have parents. Let's pray that very, very soon all of them can celebrate Mother's Day in peace, safety, and happiness, just like we do today. Let's pray that our world will be awakened soon to realize that motherhood doesn't belong only to the human race, but belongs to all beings. So, let's pray that one day all of us, all of the world people and the universal beings realize that as we love our mothers, all other beings also love theirs. And let's hope, let's pray that one day very soon, all beings will try to protect this sacred motherhood, respect, sacred motherhood everywhere in all the universes, then we will surely, truly be happy in our heart and we will truly celebrate motherhood and truly celebrate and appreciate Mother's Day. Let's pray to all the mothers, whether they are here or in Heavens or elsewhere in all the universes, will have peace, will have love, will have protection, will have safety and happiness wherever they are, in God's mercy.