Mother’s Day was designed by the North-American Anna Maria Jarvis to honor the maternal feeling. As it was adopted by other countries and cultures, the holiday acquired different meanings, associating itself with different events (religious, historical or legendary), today it is celebrated on different dates.

In antiquity, the appreciation of motherhood was concomitant with the beginning of spring. In the contemporary world, Mother’s Day is celebrated by many countries, such as Brazil, Germany, Australia, Canada, United States, Japan and others on the second Sunday of May. Other countries, such as Portugal and Spain, celebrate on the first Sunday of May.

InLight congratulates all warrior mothers for their day and for all other days!

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