Oral presentation: "that a mothers love is the most important love of all", first affirmative speaker, examples from the book "A Fortunate Life" A.B Facey

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The Beatles once said that love is all you need. While Dr. Spock of the Starship Enterprise stated that he really learned it all from mothers. And so from these divine wisdoms one must conclude that love is important and that mothers are important and with their powers combined we see something of ultimate importance, and that is a mother's love - the most important love of all.But love, what is love. That is a question that has plagued man from the dawn of time. Shakespeare wrote plays about, it inspires great music such as 'hit me baby one more time' by Britney Spears

Matt Greoning, creator of The Simpsons described love as a perky elf dancing a merry little jig. Webster's Dictionary defines love as to have a feeling of love for; to regard with affection or good will; as, to love one's children. Children, it's an interesting word children.

Children have mothers, so do squirrels and armadillo's. A mother is more than a female parent of an animal; motherhood is more than creating and producing. American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language defines the act of being a mother as to watch over, nourish, and protect maternally.

From this it is understood that the role of the mother extends beyond the biological processes. And so, I will be addressing the idea that the way in which a mother expresses her love for her child is imperative to the emotional and mental stability of the child. It is essential that a child feels loved by his/her mother that when they don't feel the love their chances of developing a mental illness dramatically increase. While the second speaker will explain the importance of mothers in nature, taking examples from real life animals in real life situations.

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