Salamat Sa Lahat, Inay

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Salamat Sa Lahat, Inay


MOTHER, whenever I set aside

sometime to consider

all that I am thankful for,

You're always the first one

who comes to my mind.

You're the first one

to welcome me into this world;

You're the first one who comes

whenever I am hurt or with a broken heart.

You're the first one to smile when I did well,

and the first person to comfort me.

whenever I am in sorrow.

You were the first person to teach me

about God, love, kindness, and gratefulness

and these lessons have stayed

with me all my life.

Ang sumulat ng tula ay si Edmund O'Neil. Ang pamagat nito ay "Mother, You Touched My Life."

Naliligayahan ang awtor 'pagkat ang kanyang inang mapagmahal ay ang humubog ng kanyang buhay.

Nakarating sa kolehiyo at nakapagtapos si Antonette dahil sa pagpapakasakit ng ina.

Naroon si Aling Isang sa Maynila at namamasukan bilang katulong.

Sa Maynila, nag-aaral si Antonette ng edukasyon. Dalawang ulit sa isang buwan ay naroon sa dormitoryo si Aling Isang at nagbibigay ng kailangang alawans ng kanyang anak.

Noong makatapos si Antonette at makapagturo ay noon nagkasakit si Aling Isang. …

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