A mother’s love is thoroughgoing and eonian. This is best explained by a picture which tells a touching story of demented young lady believed to be in her late 20’s. This young lady is mostly seen sleeping on the cold and busy streets of Accra, precisely Adabraka.
Despite her psycopathy, her devotion and philia to her child is breathtaking and applaudable. In this picture, she has tied the baby to her leg to prevent him from roving or been kidnapped while she catches some Z’s in front of a shop. This amazing act is proof enough of how far a mother can go to protect, defend and provide the needs of their children. Indeed nothing surpasses a mother’s love.
The picture also portrays a mother’s responsibility as a caretaker and goes on to show the concern a mother has about the safety of her own. Even in her sleep she secures her child to prevent him from anything that endangers him.
Again it shows how foreseeing mothers are and how they prioritise the well being of their children thus, her own way is, spreading her wing of protection over her own as a bird.