A mother's love is stronger than distance, more powerful than time and can transcend the grave.
'Madea' is a Southern term. It's short for 'mother dear.' So there are a lot of Madeas out there.
Children love their mothers. Especially with a boy child and his mother, there's a bond that's unbreakable.
My mother wasn't strong like my aunt. She was just very passive.
My father who was there in the house, he wasn't at all a role model. And my mother, who was trying to protect me from him as best she could, she took me everywhere with her, which gave me a tremendous amount of sensitivity to the things women go through.
My mother was truly my saving grace, because she would take me to church with her. I would see my mother smiling in the choir, and I wanted to know this God that made her so happy. If I had not had that faith in my life, I don't know where I would be right now.
I had one request when I started doing the plays. My prayer was: God let me do well enough to be able to take care of my mother. I was able to do that 'til the day she died because of my audience. So, they've already done enough. All I ask for now is their continued support.
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