Mothers everywhere worry about their children when they go away to school. And children everywhere miss their families, in particular, their mothers' cooking, when they are away from home. This innovative program, started by an edible oil company, allows mothers to give and send a bit of love and comfort to their children. Watch how.

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  • helena

    I fully agree with Lucy Fryer.

  • Lucy Fryer

    Oh, no, no, no, NO! Please! As if the mother as family servant for 20 years isn't enough, they're still mothering their sons in adulthood! What, I wonder, would the film have been like if the mothers had been cooking for their DAUGHTERS? But no, daughters are are supposed to know how to cook for themselves. And besides, daughters are just bred to serve the next generation of young men (that's if they escape being KILLED because they're a baby girl and not a baby boy!) GET A LIFE, ladies! There's more to you than being the handmaiden of men! Cooking for another person's son is no love, it's a desperate need to be needed!

  • Deepak

    Thank you . Inspirational . Mother is never too far .

  • Vicky

    There should be more programs like this throughout the world. This is the ultimate act of kindness.

  • Larry Schafman

    I thought you would like to see this video. It touched my heart.

  • steve

    Inspiring film but I did not know where Chennai was:Chennai, on the Bay of Bengal in eastern India, is the capital of the Tamil Nadu state. It's home to Fort St. George, built in 1644 and now a museum showcasing the city’s roots as a British military garrison and East India Company trading outpost. Religious sites include Kapaleeshwarar Temple, adorned with carved and painted gods, and St. Mary’s, a 17th-century Anglican church.

  • Brian

    Thanks Guys. Real good one...Love is love...peace :o)

  • sharon

    fabulous idea I would participate and cook for a son away from home

  • Cindy

    Innovative and beautiful way to express a mother's love. Thankyou for sharing this idea.

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  • Learn more about how Mother Exchange works in India.
  • Watch how the famous dabbawalas of Mumbai are sharing leftover lunches with hungry children.
  • Know any foreign students in your area? Learn to cook something from their home town and invite them over for a meal.

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