My Father: My Role Model

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My Role Model Everyone has been effected by some person in their life whether it be a direct or indirect influence. Most people are influenced by their parents from the beginning of their lives. As for me, I have been strongly affected by my father. My father is sixty years old. He married my mother when he was twenty-two years. He worked at the television sector. He is a tolerant person, who loves his family and his work. Moreover, he is inspired by different cultures, arts, and books. My father is a very successful man. Throughout his life, he has gained much success; however, he has never spoiled us. He has constantly encouraged us to chase after our own dreams on our own. He has taught me everything that I know. Every year …show more content…
Sometimes we would get into trouble, because we would do stupid things, like knock on people’s door and run away. I caused many problems for my father; however, he always supported me and assisted me with getting back on the right path of life. Throughout my life, I have continuously learned from my dad. I have learned how to love my family, how to be kind to others, and how to chase a better life. The one thing that I truly appreciate about my father was how he made time for us. He worked very hard and very late at the television station; therefore, he would always come home late. Sometimes we would go to sleep early because we had school the next day, consequently we would not be able to see him. My father made up his time missed every weekend. He would spend the entire weekend with us. He would take us out, play with us, and study with us. Through that, I have learned how important it is for me to spend time with my kids the way father always made time to spend with us.

My father is the only individual that I truly admire. He remains to be the most significant person in my life. As a father, I work to be as patience, hardworking, successful, and family dad that my father was to us. I wish to provide the same support to my kids, as my father always provided me. I continue to try to become at least half of my father because I don’t ever think I can be as great as he was to

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