Mother's Day is celebrated across the world, although not all countries celebrate it on the same day. In the Americas, it is usually celebrated mostly on the second Sunday of May.
Although the date varies by country, this date is conducive to recognizing, celebrating and remembering mom.
The tradition of this celebration comes from the Greeks, who at the beginning of spring honored Rhea, mother of all the gods, with rituals and gifts. However, this custom became official in the 20th century in the United States thanks to Anna Jarvis, a woman who decided to honor her mother in 1905.
Although the date was not an official holiday, Jarvis sent letters to congressmen, governors, celebrities and important people. However, it was not until 1914 when Woodrow Wilson, then president of the United States, signed an executive order to recognize Mother's Day as a national holiday.
Commemorating a mother's love is not limited to a specific day, and we all agree on that! Every day is a special occasion to celebrate and share with our mothers.In the US, it is a national holiday that is celebrated with great enthusiasm, to thank mothers for their unconditional love and support.
From Sifrimania we raise our glasses to toast all the mothers in the world, and we wish that the signs of affection from their children and loved ones gave back that unconditional, eternal and true love that arises instantly, like a connection that unites two bodies and two souls, with motherhood.
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