MOMI SMILES/ humility makes him more real

Nov 4, 2015 | Love, Only Berlin

 

miguels sorry

“And whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.”

– Mathew 23:12

He cannot say sorry personally.  But he made it a point to get the message across by writing his thoughts on a paper. He was not aware though that I have forgiven him before his message reached me.

We are very much alike.  We oftentimes conceal our emotions and prefer to speak through our pens.  We are very much alike.  Perhaps, because he is my son and I am his mother.

I love you, son. And yes, you are always forgiven.

20 Comments

    • msbolin

      yes. very sweet. thank you.

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  1. Kimberley Reyes (@ektreyes)

    Hay. I recently found a note on my work table from my 4-year old where she wrote, “I’m sorry Mommy!” That was after I scolded her for bugging me while I was working on a project. I felt really bad after.

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    • msbolin

      aw. so sweet of her. yes, sometimes I feel guilty too when I scold my Big Bunso and he would approach and hug me then say Im sorry.

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    • msbolin

      Indeed. I kept the note and its inside my drawer to remind myself — be humble and say sorry too if needed.

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  2. Mommy may

    Ohh.. That was really sweet..

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    • msbolin

      Yes. And I’m so grateful sa action Nya. 🙂

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  3. Maan Laxa

    Awww that was touching! I do believe kids have big hearts, more than what we give them credit for!

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    • msbolin

      Very touching indeed. They just cant express it somehow especially if teens na sila.

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  4. Madz

    I used to be like your son, writing on paper. But later on, I needed to say the words too. Yes, humility is a great quality to have.

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    • msbolin

      My son and I are almost the same. I, too, prefer to write than say those words. But you’re right, humility is better practiced if we opt to face the person than write to him.

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    • msbolin

      yes, really touched by his gesture. 🙂

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    • msbolin

      oo nga e. after that incident, o vow to myself to understand him more. thank you.

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    • msbolin

      🙂 very. and I am one proud mama here.

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  5. Mommy Anna

    My son is so expressive even when he is saying sorry, hope it will be forever 🙂

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    • msbolin

      Yes, hope he will never be ashamed and afraid to express his feelings. Hello there to the young man. You’re making your mama proud. 🙂

      Reply

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