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.
Children having to face a new country on their own. Many immigrants left their countries because it was no longer safe to stay where they were. They came to America to find safety for their families. The hardest part for immigrants was getting to America, or so they
I would feel like my hard work, great tasting foods and, tax paying dollars is unappreciated by my fellow government. I would also feel like my love around the community and city is unrepresented. The only reason I would feel like this is because if homeless people were to ever move to a neighborhood so far from the city in hills that would mean my hard work to get my family away from city would be just a dream and, I
My mother, native to the Philippines, grew up in poverty. Although she had little, she always managed to give back to the community. She expressed that it is better to give than to receive. This idea has shaped me into the person I am today. It has taught me to be humble and to always give back to those who are less fortunate.
People who helped others often helped people they knew before the Holocaust. Some helped for financial gain while others helped from pure kindness. Reasons for helping were friendship, political opposition to the Nazis, financial or personal gain, knowing the horrors of the camps, oe they knew it was the ethical thing to do. “Rescuers came from every religious background: Protestant and Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Muslim” (Holocaust Encyclopedia). No matter how people were brought up or what their views were, kind people were kind people.
As far as social economic status I would consider my family being a middle class family. During childhood I was taught my parents that I was to respect every body no matter if they looked different than me. Having grown in such a diversity community I never encountered problems with people form different racial or ethnic background. I believe it is a blessing to have grown up in such a diverse community because you get to see interaction between people from different cultures. Therefore, I think it enables you to approach people from different ethnic groups with an open
Those lessons for better or worse shaped me into who I am today. The realization of who I am, motivated me to be a figure for those who need guidance. Since I will be attending college, I hope to, with my Bachelor of Science degree in psychology, become a therapist to lend a hand out to those who are
Immigrants from all over have helped the states and other countries become much better, for their own good and their future. They are not here to take over, just to secure themselves and their families. Just because they are here from a different country doesn’t mean they don’t pay taxes. You work, you pay taxes like no
It is important to be thankful because everyone who helps us in everyday life deserves a sign of thankfulness from us. Being thankful is a quality that every good and caring person should have. People think of you as a good person when they get polite “thank you’s” for the help they give you. Also, we should always be thankful for what we have in this world. I am most thankful for having my family, friends, and doctors, who help me have a happy and healthy life.
Coming from a low income family, living in a small town in India, I learned early on about struggling and surviving those struggles. I watched my parents working day and night to provide for electricity, pay for our monthly school fees so my sister and I can have a better education, and for the future they wished upon for their children. To further enhance this vision, my father decided for the family and I to immigrate to the US. Everything was different in the sense that I changed schools, learned a new language, had to make new friends, and learned the different culture. I had to adapt to a whole new world, which was a little difficult at 6 years old However, when I look back now, I just couldn’t believe how far my family and I had come which I have my father to thank for.