Tribute to my mum!

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You were with me from the beginning and I was with you until the end.

You were the most important person in my life and I’m grateful to have been your daughter.

You taught me to be forgiving, strong and giving of my love to everyone I meet, to never discriminate.

I feel so privileged to have been described in your likeness and will spend my life sharing Jesus’s love with the world on your behalf, as you devoted your life to this, so forgiving, generous, loving, selfless and caring. Being a support to so many and showing strength to admire, especially until the end, yet so humble as to never take pride and acknowledgement in these qualities and to never expect anything in return.

I am so proud of everything you have done and everyone you have touched with your amazing soul!

I will always remember your love and wishes for my happiness and know you are an Angel smiling down on us now watching and guiding special people in the world.

Thank you mum for all that you are and I know you are happy and at peace!

I hope you now know and can accept just how loved you are and how missed you will be.

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🙏😊❤Infinite Blessings-Namaste🙏😊❤

“Be real, Be true, Be honest, BE YOU.”

 

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