I am nothing like that. I was fortunate enough to have parents who instilled values from an early age, such as respect, compassion, and honesty. My parents always told me, that I should always respect myself and everyone else. Equally important, my father always emphasized the importance of honesty, acknowledging how being truthful is always worth it. As far as social economic status I would consider my family being a middle class family.
Give back to them for all of their hard toil. Being a child of immigrant parents makes you appreciate life so much because everyday it’s an opportunity to be the best you can be to make everyone around you proud. My parents can’t got back to school and get an education so being able to see me succeed is worth their hard work. My parents have taught me to never give up. I know that some doors may be closed on me but that doesn’t mean other doors won’t open.
“Mr. Hoodhood, I think I could get you up there for some of the game. Call your mother and see if it’s all right.” Mrs. Baker does this because she knows it was important to Holling. She had no selfish reasons for doing what she does to help and support Holling. On the other hand, Mr. Hoodhood does not seem to care about what is important to Holling and always puts his business before his
Teaching and raising a child from start to finish is a challenging task. Although Sir Gawain was not challenged with the responsibility of raising a child with the presence of outside factors such as television in the Middle Ages, people during the Middle Ages knew that your given name was you staple. Your name represented your responsibility and trustworthiness toward other people as well as the virtues you carried with you day to day. Simply tarnishing your name could put you and your family into a world of mockery and possible financial instability. In the poem, Sir Gawain exercises the morals of staying true to his word by meeting the Green Knight for what Sir Gawain thought would be his final encounter of his life.
I understand Troncosco’s context through my own background. His parents came to United Stated as an immigrant and support him even though his parents doesn’t know much English. Troncosco’s parents also set expectation as the same as my parents did to me. “Highest expectations for moral behavior, for self- respect for being good to others.” My parents came to United Stated when I was eleven and I remember how much they wanted me to learn how to be responsible and follow expectation as to respecting others. So, when Troncosco mentioned about his parents, I remembered how my parents used to tell me the same because I understand how much they have sacrificed their life to bring me
He is committed towards his financial responsibility, but he also have grown up with personal values. “I believe in being honest and truthful with others. At the same time, my father taught me how to be a good listener–I don't pass judgment on others. Lots of people have shared their stories with me because of this trait” (Nick
A man’s role in life is to provide for the family in most cases, other than those great single mothers, but their hard work has a reward and it is the happiness of their family. I relate this to my parents, they provide for my sister and me, and we thank them for that with that special bond we have. C.S. Lewis also mentioned Need-Love, which is explained like when a child is in need for his/her mother’s arms (pg.11). I do not have any children, but I remember about my sister being a young child wanting
She is free flowing, keeping her values all her own not feel the need to pass it on because of her upbringing and cultural surroundings. I on the other was raised in a tight nit family with high spiritual beliefs that I feel is my purpose to instill in my family. Taken as a whole I believe our nature and nurture determined these differences in how we viewed family, faith, culture, and traditions. Here Bandura’s theory of modeling, Bronfenbrenners theory of ecology, and Baumrind’s theory of parenting are all demonstrated in both our lives. Our natural environment shaped our individual character; for Leah, she is independent and a character all of her own, but I am independent yet still follow a set pattern that of my family and beliefs.
In the face of adversity, they committed themselves to providing the best for their children. Despite growing up relatively poor in Mexico, they never complained because their community always had their back no matter the situation. The unity of their community was all they needed to take the steps in making the difficult journey of traveling to the United States. As a result, the significance of their life story is important to me because it demonstrates how a community can influence the character of a person and how that person chooses their path in
In my opinion, these traits are very important because exerting positive energy and optimism can only help improve tough situations. Although I come from a different cultural background, we have this cultural pattern in common. It is very apparent that they value their intermediate family and extended families more than anything. “You only live once, so it’s important to spend the most time with the people you love.” (N. Sanchez) I too believe it is important to cherish the moments you spend with your loved ones. I found that Mexican Americans are very unique in the sense that they would rather live in the moment than think ahead into the future.
Culture diversity Sensitivity is important when dealing with Mexican patients for they tend to be very private and always need to feel respected. It is important to explain what must be done to them first and why it must be done. Mexicans already have the upmost respect for health care providers so by doing this will only help build their trust. Language is another thing to look out for not just for competence, bot also the cultural meaning people attach to it. Culturally congruent care is meaningful, supportive, and facilitative because it fits valued life patterns of patients (Potter
If I was to march it would be to help Mexican that live in America to let them work and to let them live like American citizens and not let them do stuff that American citizens can do just because there Mexicans. I think this is important because a lot of Mexicans come to America to give their children a better life but the parents don 't have good choices to work to provide food and stuff for their kids.
Every law or policy that has passed, has either made a good or bad effect on society, the decision makers does their best to create guidelines to turn them into rules that each individual must oblige by. While reading the requirements the first topic that came to mind was “stand your ground law" because it addresses the majority of ethical concept and assumptions listed. This case study will analyze the ethical issues policies of stand your ground law with different scenarios, as well some ideas for resolving these conflicts. Stand your ground law, basically gives anybody the right to use self-defense to protect their life, even their family. Wikipedia states that “an individual has no duty to retreat from any place, the individual has a lawful
Judy 's grandfather had a postitive influence on her life because he never got upset with her and had passions. Judy felt like her needs were met and felt loved during her childhood. Judy was taught right from wrong by examples. Her punishments included removal of privileges and grounding. Her punishments were never excessive or abusive.
Throughout my childhood, my parents have taught me to be appreciative of my rights as an American and what to many, are privileges, and coming from a modest background, they have instilled me to respect and value others before myself, regardless of their economic status. Because of my parents’ hardships, I have been taught a mantra of “work hard for a better future”, and I later learned that my father’s true dream was beyond achieving personal success, but rather, he wanted to pave a way to success for my sister and me. I believe that it is my responsibility to fully take advantage of my opportunities, because my American Dream is still alive. While I carry my parents’ background, I do not share their history of poverty, and I am met with new open doors and resources that my parents were not as fortunate to have. I want to pursue a higher education, and I aspire to become a stem cell scientist, which will allow me to contribute to research that holds promises of new cures and treatments.