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People Revealed The One Thing They Want Their Moms To Know And It Was Beautiful

From dealing with Alzheimer's to recognizing their unbelievably hard work, these sons and daughters let their moms know how much they mean to them.

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With Mother's Day around the corner, SoulPancake went around Atwater Village in Los Angeles asking people for the one thing they'd want their mom to know. Their answers were insanely heartwarming.

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Each person first described their mothers. Some were unbelievably kind...

...while others were totally badass.

Some loved the amazing strength their mothers had...

...while others loved the fact that they could call their moms their best friend.

They then each wrote down the one thing they wanted their moms to know. This is what they said:

"Dear mom, I wouldn't be half the man I am today without you."

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"I really wouldn't be half the man I am today without her. She believed in me, you know, so that made me believe in myself," he said.

"Mom I miss going to McDonald's with you."

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"I would just say, 'Mom I love you, and I miss going to McDonald's with you.' Doesn't that sound silly? We just used to do that. She loved McDonald's," he said.

Dear Mother, I wish I had understood your illness better so I could have been more patient. I love you."

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"I wish I had known more about Alzheimer's and dementia so I would have been nicer to her. I didn't understand how her mind was working, and I got mad at her," she said.

"Mom, I realize now how hard it was for you to give us such a wonderful childhood. I love you."

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"I realize that it's hard work raising up two kids, and moving to a different country," she said.

"Dear Mom, thank you for giving me the confidence to love myself and live a spontaneous, uninhibited, unconventional, adventure!"

And at the end of the day, we all want our moms to know one thing:

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