I did my first placement within the sure start children’s centre which I was responsible for showing empathy and compassion for service users who came in and out of the centre especially pregnant mothers. It was here were I truly thrived, working with mothers from all walks of life. I felt able to relate to the mothers, being a single parent mother myself. I felt able to identify with their anxieties and offer them guidance when necessary. I have found this to be a truly rewarding experience.
She was a dedicated mother and her poetry expressed everlasting love for her children. Unlike “Before the Birth of One of Her Children” Anne Bradstreet’s “In Reference to Her Children, 23 June 1659” is cheerful and joyous. She has nurtured her children and they have become adults. Bradstreet's poem celebrates her children and exclaims her happiness that they are growing older and maturing “In Reference to Her Children” states: I nursed them up with pain and
You have both loved and cared for me and have been my constant empowerment. I will endeavor to make you proud. To my daughter Cleo, You are my love child and it is you who gives me the strength to achieve more and be at greater heights. Mum will always love you no matter what. Thank you for being part of my life DIVA.
Three Things I Admire About My Mom A mother loves her child when they least deserve to be loved. A mother is a teacher, adviser, and greatest inspiration. Everyone needs that motherly affection in their life. What do I admire the most about my mom is her ability to love, intelligence, and her strength to keep the family together. The first thing I admire the most of my mom is her ability to love.
I am grateful to my parents Mr. & Mrs. Chikwe for their financial support they gave to me. I am also indebted to my friends Peace, Chinenye, Prince, Anne and Ugo who always help me out in one way or the other during the course of writing this seminar. God bless you all abundantly. ACKNOWLEDGMENT My profound gratitude goes to my lecturer and seminar coordinator Dr. C.I Atama for imparting the knowledge into me. I am especially thankful to my wonderful seminar supervisor Dr. I.C Okoye for assisting me throughout my seminar work not forgetting my head of department Dr. Ivoke .N.
Through all the things we have been through as a family you still came out on top and did what you had to do for me and P.J. We’ve grown so much as a family through the years; we went through our hard times and then the good ones. Honestly to have you for as my mother I am very thankful. You are my best friend, I tell you everything that is going on in my life, and you also know when there’s drama. I am so lucky that I have a caring mother that has such a big impact on me as a person, and that you want the best for me to succeed in life.
31:20). Mrs. Dudley was worthy of being called humble, because she ministered daily to the poor, by feeding them and making clothes for them. Not only do we see humility in the characteristics of Anne Bradstreet’s mother, we also find moral strength. Mrs. Dudley is a faithful, loving wife and mother who tends to her family’s every need while staying true to her faith (Bradstreet 1-3). The writer of Proverbs states this by saying: The heart of her husband safely trusts her; so he will have no lack of gain.
A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF HUME S CRITIQUE OF MIRACLES MADU SIMON ONYEKACHI -0- CERTIFICATION This is to certify that this research work titled: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF HUME S CRITIQUE OF MIRACLES, submitted to the Department of Philosophy, Major Seminary of Saints Peter and Paul, Bodija, Ibadan, for the award of BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A) DEGREE IN PHILOSOPHY, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, IBADAN, is a record of original research carried out by MADU SIMON ONYEKACHI. ------------------------------------Date ----------------------------------------SUPERVISOR Dr. Philip Ogo Ujomu Acting Head of Department, Department of Philosophy and Religions, University of Benin, Head of Department, Benin- City, Nigeria. -1- DEDICATION This work is dedicated to my beloved parents Mr. Paul Chukwukere Madu and Mrs. Helen Madu and in a special way to my beloved brothers and sisters & To all who teach and promote the Christian faith that comes to us from Christ through the Apostles as well as those who have been deceived and led astray by false teachings and doctrines. -2- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS No one walks alone on the journey of life. Just where do I start to thank those that joined me, walked beside me, and helped me along the way and continuously urged me have a positive approach to life and all that life throws at us.
Most of my life today is influence by the things I learn growing up as a kid. I will always remember how kind and loving my parents were to us. They worked so hard in insuring that we had something to eat, whenever we are back from school, they thought us how to love our brothers and sister, and our neighbors. Because I was always very close to them, they thought me allot about giving; causing me to understand that it was better to give than to receive. They added that one is more blessed when he/she extends a giving hand.
My favorite hero is my mother. Three of the reasons she is my hero are: she was a very caring person, always helpful to people, and was always giving something of herself. My mother is a hero because she is so caring, Our dad left her with nine children to care for by herself, She always took care of all of us, no matter how hard it was for her. She always cared for us greatly and deeply. If she wasn’t taking care of us, she was taking care of one of our friends.