Personal Essay: The Importance Of Obligation

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One might say that their defiance for the word obligation is to follow a strict law. For an example,”I believe my obligation is to attend school.” This might be the case because it is known that you must go to school. However, some people might feel sick and irritated from school and take a day of their own. When people commit this action, is it considered breaking their obligation of going to school? This made me believe that an obligation is not a known law, but something that you personally believe. When you are doing an obligation for what you believe, you will achieve this goal until it is fully complete for the pleasure of your own satisfactory. That is why my biggest obligation, is to please my parents.
Making my unorganized bed, doing my dirty dishes, and washing my smelly clothes might be
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One might find their parent to be annoying and stressful. One very positive trait that I have towards my parents, is I find their values to be very useful. The reason I am so fortunate, is because of my parents. My parents have meaningful values that they follow. These values are what make me the person I am today. Since my parents give me so much, including the needs and wants I have a lot of respect towards my parents. One big value my parents both share, is to respect others. My parents main goal is to make me happy in life, by doing this they both work very hard everyday. To pay my parents back with all the necessities they give me in life, I respect them. To show my respect back to my parents I follow their requests for me. My parents always tell me, to include all my friends because one day you might be the person discluded. I am obligated to fulfil this request because I know that my parents know what they are talking about and just hoping for the best in me. I hope that one day when I have kids, my kids are obligated to please me by choice how I am obligated to please my parents. (At least 1
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