They were my first educators in life so obvious my identity is based off theirs with some exceptions. Without the support of my immediate family, I would not be who I am today. As I have grown, I believe my cultural identity has changed in ways though. I have my own opinions now and know more about how I want my life to go. My family members always support my decisions and listen to what I have to say.
Firstly, I am persistent. No matter how many times I fail, when I really want something, I won’t stop until I get it, so I wouldn’t stop trying until I helped my patient to find a solution for his/her problem. Secondly, I am interested, like to listen to other stories and hate it when they end up sadly. Ever Since I was little, I have loved to talk to others about their personal experiences and give advice when they needed it because it killed me to see that something was bothering them. Thirdly, I am loyal, so if someone asks me not to tell something to others I won’t tell and if I say that I won’t tell, I most of the time fulfill my word.
It is not also in accordance to God that people take away the life of the other. Personally, through this lesson, I have become more grateful to the life God has given me and every time I talk to Him, I thank God for another day to experience life. Without this precious gift, I would not be able to see what life has to offer me; this includes my family and friends. Furthermore, I am now capable of sharing this life to other people by building a stronger relationship with them. I am also reminded that we still differ in some circumstances since people may experience life difficulties.
I am a positive person, it is hard for people to get me down , but there are times where people can be cruel and inhuman with their expressions of words. When I feel overwhelmed with peoples criticism, I usually turn to my mom for wisdom and comfort, she was a big help in my development in sports, and she would tell me to never pay attention to the crowed and to be the bigger person. She helped me built character, and also grow up as a person, thanks to her I managed to stay focus on the important parts of the
Amy Morin said, “They often encourage their children to talk with them about their problems, but they usually don't put much effort into discouraging poor choices or bad behavior.” This shows that as parents, they can make their child open up and talk to them but never help them make the right decisions. While they want to be more of a friend, you can argue both sides. A child would love if their parents were their friend and they can be as open as they want to them as if they were in school. But If a child does not have authority figures to protect him/her then there will be little to no rules/boundaries on what they can do then they can have lack of self-discipline, become self-centered, battle with authority, act out, and also take in bad habits such as underage drinking and the use of drugs. Now, why do parents become this way?
Since I felt so lonely in my past, I wished to do anything I could to show God’s love to others in hopes of them not feeling lonely. Although no one else at that time was aspiring to love others, I decided to sacrifice my own social gain in hopes of truly loving others. I hope that after the past two in a half years that people have found hope and have seen love through my instant of leading by example against the flow of culture. Some of my friends have shared with me how I made an impact in their life because of the love and time I put into them by loving them. Through hearing their stories, I have seen the power sacrificial love has.
Almost everyone I have met has left me a little something precious. From my mom who taught me to always see a light in the dark, to my late boss who taught me to never say “I can’t”. These people knew me, gave their best to influence me and I am ever grateful to them but there is someone else. Someone who taught me that race, age, and gender are no barriers to success. Who reinforces my belief in daring to standout.
For the most part, I believe I set a suitable example for my employees to follow. Making sure to discuss my interests and hobbies at work proves to others that work is not the only important thing in my life. Although I share some things about my personal life with co-workers and employees, I have established boundaries to make sure that the environment stays professional. Hobbies are an important part of balancing work and personal life. I regularly communicate with my supervisor and co-workers when there is an important family matter that I need to be a part of.
When I get too serious about something, or grow up a little too much, Margaret is there to help me rediscover my child side and be a little kid again. With all of the craziness going on in life, it’s good to walk away from that for a little while and act like you have nothing better to do but pretend. Mom- my mom is a big part of my life, she is there for me when I’m sad, and there to celebrate when I’m happy. I can’t even begin to imagine what I would do without her. She is supportive of every decision I make even when I’m not completely sure that I’ve made the right one.
The Pillars of Character Tiyasha Sarkar When I first of the Pillars of Character I thought of the most common traits; loyalty, responsibility, honesty, reliability, and kindness. I always thought out of these traits as the most because I have always been taught these traits as these were taught to me by many of my former teachers and my parents. Many people think important trait was honesty because if there's no trust there is no world. Much of the world's deals are based upon trust and many a times the trust has been broken leg to many wars. Today though I won’t be talking about those moments of Wars of distrust.