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Demi Moore posts a sweet message on Mother’s Day with The Hugging Saint: Sri Mata Amritanandamayi


The occasion of Mother’s Day was celebrated widely all over the world by dedicating wholesome, loving posts to our mothers. To the person who acted as a role model in every step of our journey towards achieving our goals, to the women who taught us bravery and love, and to the ones who gave us birth, we’ll always remain grateful for having them in our lives.

The gratitude was shown through Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook posts by netizens and celebrities from Bollywood and Hollywood.

One of these gratitude posts that got a huge amount of love from the netizens was American actress Demi Moore’s mother’s day post with Mata Amritanandamayi, the 60-year-old South Indian woman often known as Amma. In the post, Demi’s daughters Rumer Willis, Tallulah Willis, and Scout Willis were seen sitting around Amma whose hugs are known as Darshans(visions of the divine)throughout the world.

The picture bagged around 40k likes with hundreds of beautiful comments where a netizen greeted Amma with namaste while some spammed the post with heart emojis and happy mother’s day.

It was a proud moment for Indians to see the spiritual leader of their nation being respected and loved all over the world.

The post was captioned with kind words by Demi Moore which showed her great love and respect for Amma. This is not the first time that famous personalities have met and shown gratitude for Amma, celebrities like Jim Carrey, Russel Brand, Vidya Balan, Mouni Roy, and many more people outside the film industry have got the opportunity to spend some awakening moments with Amma.

She has been known for her humanitarian works and has been recently honored with The Honorary Doctorate of Letters from the University of Mysore.

It is the greatness and humbleness of Amma that some netizens were shocked about the fact that Amma is Demi’s spiritual mother.

Demi’s post with Amma is also an awakening for some Indians who know less about their culture and believe that the western culture is better, while we have people outside India teaching us how great is our country and how blessed we are to be born in the same land where powerful guru’s like Mata Amritanandamayi is born.

In the end, Demi’s post shows us how grounded she is and how even with so much fame there is this feeling of gratitude in her heart for real role models of life.

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