Ever since I could remember, the notion that every action I take and every statement I say reflects on my family was instilled into me by my parents and grandparents. They valued honesty and loyalty, expected my full effort, and demanded that I find success in life. Because of this, I believe that my success is measured in usefulness and compassion, rather than my happiness. While many of my actions results in my happiness, I do not actively seek it out since my duty is to affect the lives of others for the better. Success is also based on how much effort I put into helping the people in my community while staying true to my
They believe in me that I can live properly and depend on myself. Except trying to adapt the new society and environment, everything is fine for me. I do my works regularly, wash and iron the clothes, study myself and cook for the food. This is the benefit of the independence that I have learnt from my childhood. Another one is the respect which I learnt from my parent, teachers and also from our culture.
My mother instilled in me a high moral fiber. She taught me to have respect for my elders, to do onto others as i would want them to do onto me, to not discriminate against anyone no matter what. With me following these three simple rules i quickly
I have made these achievements by working hard, staying focused, an always having support which is the main point of this level. The final level is self-actualization which is morality, creativity, great problem solving skills, lack of prejudice, an pointing out facts. I have morality because my mom taught me at a very young age to respect, an do what I am told to do, I have followed these morals since the day I was taught them. I have my creativity with my drawings, creativity isn 't something you learn, it 's the way you gain it through your life experiences, this is also goes along with problem solving skills, lack of prejudice, and pointing out facts as
In particular, Mick Kelly and John Singer, despite all their troubles and hardships, made it a responsibility to tend for friends and family. Unconditional love is often exhibited towards people they care about, whether or not the feeling is unreciprocated, leading one who displays such affection to become selfless. For the duration or their friendship, John Singer continuously takes care of Antonapoulos, though the relationship is more one-sided. Since the beginning, Singer has always been the parent figure of the two; he makes sure all things are done and takes interest for others. However, Antonopoulos does not seem to understand all that is being done for him, especially when “[Singer is] continually marching [him] down to the courthouse...the money [that was] saved in the bank was spent for bail and fines” (McCullers 7-8).
When you are young you do things that you are not are not proud of. Growing up my parents always try to show me the right way to do things. While growing I have noticed that my parents made me who I am. My family shaped me into the young man I am today. The things I have learned to such as morals and values are from my family.
If I were raised in such environment, I would always blame myself for making mistakes, and for not being the best. However, it’s not about being the best, but about being better; this is something I learned from my father. He has always told me to do what I have to do, and what I can do; winning or losing is not important, it’s the journey toward the goal that is important. I can tell, that these words were always releasing for me, as I knew that nobody is expecting something from me, so I have always been comfortable working for my goal, and maybe have given my best without being conscious of it. However, I liked the fact that the father did encourage his daughter to participate, and did the impossible to have her in the beauty contest.
My next code I lived and still live by is show respect and be very slow to anger at all times no matter how difficult it is. This built my character and made me very discipline, but more than that was that I earned much more respect and became a role model for others. The last code I will mention is not the last code overall, but still a very important one. Try to understand anything and everything. I remember this aspect creating inspiration for me.
But trustworthy doesn't only mean keeping a secret it also means that you have to be there for someone if they need it and to protect them. I know I can trust my Dad in any situation small or big. He is my hero. My sister is a big part of my life she has always been there for me and whether or not she knows it I look up to her. She always has my back and I know I can talk to her about anything.
The definition of a caring person stretches far beyond the idea of being kind, and although it is important to be kind there are a few other key values behind this idea. Compassion is a key value behind the aspect of the idea of being caring. Having compassion for those around me is something I strive myself to do. As life has gone on, I have realized not enough people offer the empathy that those around them need; as an individual, I always give credit to those who have problems around me, and allow myself to step into their shoes, as I try and fix the problem. The idea of compassion flows into another key aspect of being caring, which is helping others.