Professor Dennis C. Bartsch
September 23, 2013
Person I Admire The Most.
Movie stars and singers, who make a lot of money and are famous, are teenager’s admiration. However, they don’t even know the person on their own personality. To me admiration is a kind of respect. But there aren’t a lot of people in this world who have that kind of respect from me. We all have someone to look up to. My mother is the only person who I started admiring since I was a little girl. She is the only person who had entered my life and made me look at things differently.
The first reason why I admire my mother so much is for her extraordinary quantity, giving up so much of her caring for our family and sacrificing strength also for a long patience that she gave up. I always see my mother demonstrating great side of her for every unlucky life without requiring anything in return and great willingness to help everyone’s misery though she didn’t have as much; my mother taught me more than anyone else, not only inspired me the strength to overcome hardships in my life, but also lead me up to invaluable life lessons. The kind of mother who brought me up with all of her caring and sleepless nights, the woman who had to face the toughest challenges in life. She provides moral commitment and support to soothe my fears and strengthen my courage when I was confronted with difficulties.
My mother will always be the person I admire the most because of how strong she is and her confidence and her attitude towards life. She’s there when you need her, she is a great inspiration and always there when you need a friend to confide in.
My amazing mother is very important to me because she has many good things I have to learn from her. I’ve learned from her that problems and sufferings are part of our life and if they were not part of our life we wouldn’t know the real meaning of happiness. My mother has an undeclared philosophy and she practices rather than...
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