If you love/d your mother as much as I did, you might had shining eyes like I had. If I had a chance to change ONE thing in my life, it will be to show by action more of my love and admiration to my late mother spending more quality time with her and making her proud. In Hebrew we have a word for it. It is called "Nachat".
"Nachat" means the gratification that we get from our kids when they do well, when they practice good values, like helping someone, be charitable, be a gentleman, be kind and considerate, do well in school and in career, merry someone who will be kind to all of the family, give them grandchildren, and most of all be happy. There is nothing more than parents want than that the kids will be happy.
Toward Mother Day, I bless you that you give your parents, your spouse and your love ones a lot of Nachat. What are you waiting for? It is Easier DONE than Said.
Not only mothers need ACTIVE appreciation!.
Did you know that more than 80% of employees will prefer personal and appreciative feedback from their direct boss over receiving the "employees of the month" award?
One of the most common reasons for lower engagement and premature resignations is lack of appreciation by the direct boss and it costs big companies millions of dollars.
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