Una Mamá Feliz Es un Hogar Feliz
Una Mamá Feliz Es un Hogar Feliz
celebrarlas hoy. Le debo mucho de lo que soy a mi propia madre, que me crio a mí y a 2 hermanos. Ella ha sido una voz tan sólida en mi vida, y tengo mucho respeto y aprecio por su continua tutoría y orientación”
El gobernador aprovecho también la oportunidad para dar a conocer las visitas y reuniones que realizo hace unas semanas con líderes de la comunidad hispana y dueños de negocios en Tulsa y Oklahoma City.
“A través de mis visitas las últimas semanas, dijo, he recorrido diferentes restaurantes y negocios, y disfrutado de una comida increíble y excelentes conversaciones. En mi visita, la mayoría de las personas con las que me reuní son estadounidenses de primera generación tienen un verdadero aprecio por el sueño americano y las libertades que tenemos aquí.
Estos habitantes de Oklahoma saben de primera mano lo que es huir de la opresión. Todos ustedes tienen un abrumador sentido de gratitud por las libertades estadounidenses y trae una nueva luz a lo que hace que nuestra nación sea tan grande. La libertad es la capacidad de decir "No", y ahora es más importante que nunca: algunos líderes en Estados Unidos creen que la libertad puede ser sacrificada por otra cosa.”
“Esto es profundamente preocupante para mí, porque hoy puede que te encuentres de acuerdo con los mandatos, pero mañana puedes estar en desacuerdo. Oxford define la libertad como el estado de estar libre dentro de la sociedad de las restricciones opresivas impuestas por la autoridad a la forma de vida, el comportamiento o los puntos de vista políticos. Como Gobernador, siempre protegeré su libertad y su capacidad para decir "No". Que Dios los bendiga a todos, y que Dios bendiga a todas las madres increíbles en nuestras vidas”
Haciendo entrega de una placa de reconocimiento al gobernador Kevin Stitt, Norma Condreay -editora del periódico El Latino American dijo “Creemos firmemente que la Mamá es el pilar del hogar, es muy importante en nuestras familias, nuestros hogares y para la sociedad. Creemos también que de Familias fuertes y exitosas promueven hijos fuertes y exitosos, y por ende una sociedad fuerte y exitosa”.
“Fue un gran honor tener la presencia del gobernador de Oklahoma Kevin Stiit y la Primera Dama Sarah Stitt en la Celebración del Día de Las Madres presentado por el periódico El Latino American de Oklahoma. Un especial agradecimiento al gobernador y a todas y cada una de las organizaciones y compañías que fueron parte de esta celebración por su gran apoyo a llevar valiosa información, motivación y alegría a cientos de Madres en el estado de Oklahoma.
"MOTHERS ARE THE HEART OF EVERY FAMILY"
Oklahoma City OK, -. One of the long-awaited and celebrated days in Oklahoma and around the world is Mother's Day, a date on which particularly in the state of Oklahoma The newspaper El Latino American in conjunction with the Corporación Supermercado Morelos, organizations, companies and institutions of higher studies join forces to celebrate the queen of the home "Mothers". The celebration-conference was held on Saturday, May 7 at the Convention Center of the Embassy Suites-Norman Oklahoma Hotel.
"Mom is the heart of every family and I am so grateful to celebrate today! Gov. Kevin Stitt said during his speech at the "Mother’s Day- gala dinner, organized by El Latino American newspaper in Oklahoma.
At the beginning of his speech the governor greeted the mothers and all the audience in Spanish, thanking them for being invited to celebrate such an important day!
"I'm here with my beautiful wife, first lady Sarah Stitt. Sarah is a wonderful mother to our 6 children, and I am continually amazed and grateful for her grace and care for our family. We are so blessed to have such a large and loving family, and with that comes hard work and sacrifice. Sarah, thank you for everything you do for our family, I couldn't ask for a better life partner and mother for our children, we love you so much! "said the governor.
The governor took the opportunity to express how important it is to give life. "This particular week, I, like many of you, remembered the gravity of motherhood and what it means to bring a life into this world. While the protection of life is too often attacked as a contentious and political issue, it continually reminds me of what a gift life is, and I will do everything in my power to protect it. "
"As a parent, I will never forget to see my own children's heartbeats for the first time. It's an experience unlike any other and I'm so grateful for our family.
Life is a gift, and I can't think of a better way to end this week than by celebrating the amazing mothers to whom we owe everything." , being applauded energetically by all attendees.
The governor continued his remarks by highlighting the importance of values in Hispanic/Latino families "1 in 8 Oklahomans are Hispanic, and let me tell you that Hispanic values are Oklahoman values. You are all God-fearing, family-oriented, hardworking people, and I respect that very much."
"Another Hispanic value that I particularly connect with is his reverence for the elderly and those who have passed away." Last year, I was in Mexico City during the Day of the Dead. The celebration of life and remembrance was a beautiful experience and something I will never forget. '
Ronald Reagan once said, 'There is no institution more vital to the survival of our nation than the American family. Here the seeds of personal character are planted, the roots of public virtue are first nurtured. Through love and instruction, discipleship, guidance and example, we learn from our mothers and fathers the values that will shape our private lives and our public citizenship." This quote rings true now more than ever. It is very important that we value and preserve our family units. '
"Mothers are the heart of every family, and I'm so happy to celebrate them today. I owe much of who I am to my own mother, who raised me and 2 siblings. She has been such a strong voice in my life, and I have a lot of respect and appreciation for her continued mentorship and guidance."
The governor also took the opportunity to publicize the visits and meetings he held a few weeks ago with leaders of the Hispanic community and business owners in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
"Through my visits the past few weeks, he said, I've toured different restaurants and businesses, and enjoyed amazing food and great conversations. On my visit, most of the people I met are first-generation Americans who have a true appreciation for the American dream and the freedoms we have here.
These Oklahomans know firsthand what it's like to flee oppression. You all have an overwhelming sense of gratitude for American freedoms and it brings a new light to what makes our nation so great. Freedom is the ability to say "No," and now it's more important than ever: some leaders in America believe that freedom can be sacrificed for something else."
"This is deeply worrying to me, because today you may find yourself agreeing to the mandates, but tomorrow you may disagree. Oxford defines freedom as the state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on political way of life, behavior, or views. As Governor, I will always protect your freedom and your ability to say "No." May God bless you all, and may God bless all the amazing mothers in our lives."
Presenting a plaque of recognition to Governor Kevin Stitt, Norma Condreay, editor of El Latino American Newspaper, said, "We firmly believe that the mother are very important in our families, our homes and for our society. We also believe that strong and successful families promote strong and successful children, and therefore a strong and successful society."
"It was a great honor to have Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stiit and First Lady Sarah Stitt at the Mother's Day Celebration presented by El Latino American newspaper in Oklahoma. Special thanks to the governor Kevin Stitt, the First Lady Sarah Stitt, and each one of the organizations and companies that were part of this celebration for their great support in bringing valuable information, motivation and joy to hundreds of Mothers in the state of Oklahoma.