A Person I Admire Analysis

Decent Essays
Admire means to regard an object, quality, or person with respect or warm approval. For me to admire someone means to respect them for who they are or what they have accomplished. The person I admire the most is my mother, because she is caring, respectful, and committed. My mother is caring because she helps others in need, she always forgives others, and she pushes others to always try their best and to never give up. I feel that my mother is caring when she helps others in need, because my mother knows that could have been her who needed help. For instance, during spring break I was driving my mother around and she told me to pull into Spinx to get gas. When we pulled in this man came up to my mother and asked if he could have a dollar to get gas, because he had to drive all the way to …show more content…
My mother is dedicated to her children by making sure we have everything that we need; such as clothes, food and getting our hair done. For instance, a couple months ago my mother told me that I was the only one getting my hair done because she did not have the money to get both our hair done. I asked her why does she not just get her hair done and I can get mine done later. She told me that it is a parents job to make sure their children have what they need first before the parents. With her telling me that tells me that she is committed to her children. Then my mother is also dedicated to her family by making sure that her siblings and parents are all right. My mother is the type of person who will still try to make sure her family is all right even if they are not on good terms. For instance, my mother and my grandmother got into an argument over what she can say to her children and they stopped talking for a while. Though they were not on good terms my mother still called her mother to make sure she was all right because they were still family at the end of the

Related Documents

  • Decent Essays

    The effect of Cassie’s friends was extensive enough that her parents needed to have the law get involved. This shows how her family is looking out for her and her best interests moving forward. This also shows the importance of family by how her family is trying to keep her as safe as they possibly can. They are also trying to teach her about discipline and what it can to do make someone want to change their motives. Although Cassie does not agree with it at the time, she will soon find out that her parents are doing her a huge favor.…

    • 1642 Words
    • 7 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    When a mother finally enters adulthood her life completely changes because her main focus now are her children. They go from having no responsibilities of others to having full responsibility on another human being. They are now in complete control of a living being and must do everything in their power to make sure that child has the best possible life. Being a mother brings along some responsibilities that must be completed on the daily like working through harsh conditions, providing food and keeping their family all in one piece. Mothers are the people who are supposed to be the ones constantly there for their children through all the good and the bad.…

    • 1348 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    The person who I look up to and call my role model is my mom. One of the most important roles that my mom plays in my life is that of teacher and counselor. My mom has always been there for me whether she is teaching me life lessons or supporting my goals. Whenever I am struggling I can always count on her to pick me back up. She motivates me to better myself in anyway she can, encouraging me to my potential.…

    • 404 Words
    • 2 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    When my mom was not at her best, I was there for my sister and I came forward to lead my sister onto to the right path. While I was looking out for my sister’s well being I didn’t realize that she became my best friend and was in turn supporting me emotionally. The responsibilities I took on after my parents separated taught me an important lesson about leadership. By being almost forced into a leadership position I saw how quickly I adapted to it because I needed to. Anyone can be a leader if the situation calls for it.…

    • 1099 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Family's Role In My Life

    • 1624 Words
    • 7 Pages

    She disciplined me a lot of times during my early teen years. My mother stressed that school is essential to obtain a successful career. She didn’t want her daughters following the same mistakes she has made in her past. She always told me and my sister that going to school and having a good career would benefit us and make us content. She told us to not focus on her but to always focus on us because no one is going to hand us anything.…

    • 1624 Words
    • 7 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    The Sorrowful Woman or The Sympathetic Woman? As a mother the first instinct we have is to take care of our children. We want them to know they are safe and loved. Anyone can agree that the woman in this story is far from that. To be a wife is a big commitment as well.…

    • 716 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Women were expected to serve through obedience. As they aged, their obedience shifted from father to husband, and from husband to son once their husband died. Also, one they were married, a women’s filial devotion was to her in-laws and no longer her own parents. Women were also given the tasks of birthing male children and following the four qualifications, which were womanly virtue, womanly words, womanly bearing, and womanly work. The reasons sons were so important was because of how they carried the family name and performed specific tasks such as ancestor worship, something a daughter could not do.…

    • 837 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    I have accustomed them to regard 'yes' or 'no' once uttered by me as irrevocable, but I always give them reasons for my decisions, suitable to their ages....” This shows good mothering because she only ever wants her children to do their best and admit that they’ve done wrong, building good character. In conclusion, Marie Antoinette was a good mother because all she ever did was try her hardest for her children and want what was best for…

    • 480 Words
    • 2 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    She is left behind along with her brother and sister in the home of their very stern grandmother who would chide them whenever they were in sight. Reyna had to learn to be self-reliant and strong in the absence of both of her parents. They were treated as if they were orphans and as much as they wanted to believe their parents had not completely forgotten about them, they could not seem to get it out of their minds. It became a lot harder for them once they were told that their parents were expecting a baby girl. The title she gave to book one gives you an idea of how much she struggled with believing her mother still loved and wanted them.…

    • 1220 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    The method of giving this love and care might be wrong or misguided, but their intention for wanting their children to live better lives is always right. Like the quote, her family did really recognize her mother’s love until she disappeared. Dad, Chi-hon, and Hyong-Chol naturally thought mom will always be next to them and when they need her, she will be at the approachable place so they could easily get help. No one really thanked for what she had done for him or her. They just thought it was a natural and common thing for mom to do it for a family.…

    • 833 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Decent Essays