Reflection — September 23rd
Not many popular songs were written about motherhood until “No Charge”, written by Harlan Howard, was released in 1974. The song tells of a little boy who hands his mother a note. On that note there is a list of what he is due for all his chores: total 14 dollars and 75 cents. His mother takes the note and writes her list on the back, with her total: “No charge”.
The song ends,
“And he looked up at his mother and he said ‘mama I sure do love you’
Then he took the pen and in great big letters he wrote ‘Paid In Full’”.
You cannot love without giving. Such giving, though free and full, is
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