My Idol

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Once upon a time, there was a huge tree. A little boy loved to come and play around it everyday. He climbed to the tree top, ate the apples and even took a nap under the shadow. He loved the tree and the tree love to play with him. The tree satisfied all the request from the boy by sacrifice itself. At the end of the story, the boy returned and stay with the tree finally. This is a story of everyone. The tree is just like our parents. When we are young, we love to stay with them. When we are grown up, we leave them negligently. Only when we face trouble and difficulties, we will go and find them for help. No matter how, our parent will always be with us and give everything they could to make us happy. You may think that the boy is cruel to the tree. However, do review ourselves. Are we treating our parents in the right way? Think about it. You can't compare anybody to them. Yes, on days you may feel like saying "I wish my mum had Angelina Jolie's lips," but you don't really mean it, even if you think you do. Parents are the people you should love a lot in your life. First and foremost, we should communicate with them well. A nice, simple greeting like "Hello," "Hi," or "Good morning," will brighten their day. You don't have to say "Salutations, paternal and maternal units," and even though this may make them laugh, deep down they just yearn for an "I love you" from you. Remember that if you sacrifice one thing for them, they will sacrifice another million for you. You should keep that in mind and you'll love them even more. Also, take care of them, mentally and physically. If they are feeling sick, make them some dishes and give them a box of tissues, and if they're feeling stressed, give them a massage and chat to them about the good things in their life. We can also write or mail things to them every day, about how much you love them. Call them up at work to say hello and check how they're doing. Parents love nothing more than talking to you. Finally, just...
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