My Role Model

Topics: Sociology, Forgiveness, Mother Pages: 4 (1313 words) Published: May 21, 2013

Gamal El-Gohary
Makeup assignment for a quiz or midterm


When you have a role model it is someone you look up to or someone you hope to be like when you're older. For me, my role model is my mom I chose her as my role model because she's forgiving, athletic, hard working, and encouraging. My mom has raised me and always tried her hardest at everything she has never given up on anything, including me. 

My mom is my role model because no matter what happens she's always forgiving. She's not just forgiving towards me because I am her son, but she is forgiving towards everyone as well. On almost a daily bases, there is always something that I do that makes my mom angry or annoyed. Although by the end of the day, whether or not she actually has forgiven me, she has a positive attitude towards me assuring me that she has forgiven me. For example, my mom almost always tells me to: clean my room, do something to help her, or something else more complicated then that, but most the time I will just ignore her request. This makes my mom angry that I am not following directions, but she will always just forgive me and forget about the matter. The way that my mom is so forgiving contributes to her being my role model. 

My mom is also very hard working. She never stops her work until it's finished right. Everyday she will come home and do work, make dinner, and many other things. My mom always works hard on all the necessary things, and she never stops until they are completely done. For example when I do my assignments and study for my quizzes and I rush through it just to get it over with my mom always complains to me how I didn't work hard enough on it. The way my mom is so hard working and encourages me to do everything the right way makes her my role model. 

my mom is also very encouraging and that helps me through a lot. Whenever I want to give up on something, or not do something at my full ability my mom is always...
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