THE PERSON I ADMIRE MOST
“ If you can’t excel with talent, triumph with effort. “ This is the philosophy my mother always stands by, and the guidance that leads us through life. Although she is no other than just a common person, she holds special significance and has the deep attachment with me. That is why she has always been an inspiring example and the person I admire most in my life.
My mother leads a very simple life without any luxuries. Neither does she has any desire for material gains nor any form of enjoyment. Work, as she tells me, is her greatest enjoyment. Although my mother is neither a big celebrity nor the figure of national importance, I admire her from the depths of my heart. I admire her for her intellectual ability, leadership, friendly behavior, kindness and remarkable cooking ability. She provides moral commitment and support to soothe my fears and strengthen my courage when I was confronted with difficulties. She acts just like a knowing and truthful friend to me.
A quality that I admire most in her is her selfless devotion to us. Her own interests are of little importance to her where ours are involved. The meals will be ready at the time we need them. She will forego a good night’s sleep without a murmur, nursing us when we are ill. Whenever I had to stay long in the night to prepare for the exam, she would wake up to make a coffee for me in the midnight. And she comes to check up my room every day when I slumber to ensure that I sleep well. Any time I have conflict with my father she always takes my side and support me. My mother’s unconditional love towards me is beyond measure.
My mother has an undeclared philosophy and she practices rather than preach it. She believes that darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Likewise, hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Standing by this philosophy, she often forgives our misdeeds and leads us back to the right path with great patience and indulgence. In...
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