My mother is my biggest role model in my life. She has taught me many lessons such as to be compassionate, to have a hard work ethic, and to make life a laugh out of everything. I look up to her in many ways and I can’t thank her enough for all she does for me. Now yes, it is okay to have your role model as a famous person, but when it’s someone that you know personally it is way more meaningful. My mother has not only been my role model in these three ways, but many more ways.
The person I chose to shadow is my mother, Donna Isaacs. Donna is the type of person who will tell people how it is; we share almost everything with each other. Donna plays a lead role in my life, so I thought to myself "Who would be a better choice?" Donna is a strong, independent, and caring woman. She teaches me life lessons that are actually important and relevant to society.
“If I knew then what I know now I would have went to college and furthered my education” mom says. Even though she didn’t go to college, she inspires me to live the life she didn’t have the chance to live. My mother is the greatest impact in my life. Yes, you can say I’m a “momma’s girl”, I love my mother with all my heart. She is beautiful, loving, smart, and I would do anything to keep her happy and by my
Although Oprah Winfrey struggled with familial issues and sexual assault as a young woman, her successful talk-show and theatrical achievements exemplified her American Dream. She has used her success to find contentment in her life and help inspire others by donating large amounts of her wealth to charities. Oprah Winfrey is a prime example of the AMerican Dream, because she represents all facets of the American Dream. She has an underdog story, where she came out on top, the rags-to-riches cliche come to life. Winfrey has become wildly successful through hard work, determination, and hope, the three things that America is so famous for being able to sustain.
Nancy Hiles: wife, entrepreneur and philanthropist One of the founders of Western Rim properties, Nancy Hiles is not only a humble and modest person, she is also an inspiration for masses for her philanthropic endeavors. In the year 2004, Nancy Hiles and her husband Marcus Hiles have established a setup that offers luxurious homes at the affordable prices to people of Texas. This real estate business grew into a support system for various charitable causes over a period of time with the help of the couple. Nancy Hiles has contributed significantly for the development of the community by building schools and universities all over Texas. She has donated to both profit and non-profit organizations as well as to charitable trusts.
Maria Conception tells about a young woman who comes from a background that appreciates family and religion. Maria works hard for the things that she wants and is well liked by her community. She made her family the center of attention. Thought the story, Maria demonstrates various positive qualities and as an outcome she is well liked by almost everyone. Maria is a well-liked, hardworking, and dedicated woman who cares a lot about her family and her community.
My great great grandma Knott was a amazing person, she was my inspiration. I don’t know what I would have done without getting to know her, my life would have been a lot different not meeting her and knowing her. She was always there and she was a very funny person. I will always remember her. She will always be in my heart, no matter what life throws at
But we also possess an inner hero; if stirred to action, that inner hero is capable of performing tremendous goodness for others.” (Zimbardo) My best friend Brianna has always been there for me, I have seen her make many sacrifices in her life. She has given up a lot of her time to show compassion my way because she knew I needed it. She would always tell me to come over to her house just to talk, and we would talk for hours on end. Like every hero she strives for the people, well in this case her best friend. She has dedicated hours upon hours that I were always to be the best I could be even if she couldn’t.
I love seeing youth and other schoolers getting their education if I can contribute I will, if not I will give back to my community so that I am able to help someone achieve greatness. As a mother, I want my daughter to have a good education it doesn’t have to be top notch or expensive I just want her to be able to be anything in this world she desires. If I am blessed not to have to pay taxes I will be able to send my daughter to a college of her choice, and also help someone else child if I am able to. I agree with this proposal to a certain extent, which is the sixty-five and older and or disable because when I am old and retired the last thing I want to worry about is being kicked out of my home that I have worked so hard for to pay off. I am not sure if the exemption carries over if you are left a house from a relative, it wouldn’t be fair to lose the home if you aren’t a veteran or a spouse of a veteran or all that applies to keeping the home.