Hi, someone i admire is my grandfather José Reynaldo. why i chose to my grandfather?
Because he is serious but friendly, brave, competitive, hard-working and calm. In my opinion, the qualities that has my grandpa are teaching me to i am better person because when he was 12 years old. He had to work to help his mom. Then, He met my grandma and they together created all that today my family in general have. Finally, I miss my grandpa becuase I study in Gye.
Someone I admire is my father Carlos. He's very friendly and brave. He is tall and fit because he plays soccer since he was ten years old and now too. My father is a busy person but he always help me when I have a problem. He listen me and he meets me. I love to my father and some day I’ll be how he.
Yes, you're right, mothers' love is always the same regardless of nations, culture,....but when reading your essay, I noticed that :
- You wrote " days spent wholly in kitchen and our rooms , cooking the most delicious foods", I guess, your mother is a housewife, your mom is a perfect woman, but in my opinion, I still prefer a woman who is a leader in a company :)). My mom is a teacher, she works all day and only spends 90 mins at noon to come back home and cook and eat meals, so meals are not very delicious :((, but for me, she is also a perfect woman.
Hi Hadia and Elsa : )
Hadia, you are so lucky to have admirable person around you ! I thoroughly like your touching essay and it also motivated me to write another one about my mother.
But, we are from different countries, so our opinions about perfect mothers and sisters are not the same. :))
( Api- In Urdu )
MY Best friend and the angelic person I've ever met in my life :)
She means a world to me. Never had I ever heard any bad thing from her mouth. She's so polite and humble :) She always respects and love others. The teachers who have taught her always comment that she's the most obedient person in the class.
Now she lives away from me as to complete her education. But she still resides in the core of my heart. She was the head-Girl of our school. When she left the school, I felt sad, not because i had no friends , just because She was the only sibling I had in the school. And I felt safe with her.
Whenever I go to a new place, people recognize me with her reference...He he he :) On the first day of my academy, my physics teacher asked me if I was "her" Sis... I replied," Yes, sir." He said, " Well, I must say, You're an isotope of her"
He he he :D People mostly say that we look a lot like each other, some even asked, "Are you identical twins?" And their I stand, always arguing that we have different faces. But it's okay...if they think we a re alike. We're Beautiful :D
I love her, adore her, admire her. She's the best sister!!!
Someone I admire....Hm..?
Well, This is the topic that really gathered my all attention...
For, we really have some people in our lives which we admire wholeheartedly and lovingly....
Whom we wished to see everyday and those which are always swimming in our pool of thoughts...
That's a bit interesting topic for me....Well, if someone would really ask me that Whom I do admire...I'll answer the names of following lovable persons in my life without having a second thought...
Lem'me state few thoughts of mine on this very topic...
*My Dad ( Papa G- in Urdu)
Pencil can't stop writing and pages required , are to be infinite, yet the feelings of love, gratitude and many more which I can't even explain can not be stated.
In my short span of life, which I've spent meeting different people, I've never ever found a person, a father and lovely human being like him. His life is full of achievements!! Everyone admires him much :)
Now, you would be thinking who would he be, well, he is a teacher! The most noble, and prestigious profession...The person who grooms and makes up the lives of other people :)
His words, they are just like precious diamonds...which one would never want to lose :)
When he starts speaking, it looks like he had oceans of knowledge and amazing lessons which his precise wordings can even teach us..
Sometimes, I think, how could be someone so admirable....he's such a humble person! He never boasted up...Always taught us the lesson of patience, perseverance, and hard work :)
I still remember the day, a Speech Competition held at District Level... I lost it :(
When I returned from the hall, as I was out of city, my father called me to know about the results, I told him the whole story.
It was my dream to reach and win the Provincial level but I lost at the District. He encouraged me, as everyone there did. But few lines which he told me on that day were completely unforgettable!
I made them part of my life and stuck to them. They made my day and my all sadness was gone.
Make a complete package to success :)"
I loved the way he motivated me.
If today someone asks me why I am unbeatable in Speech. The credit goes to my father. I have inherited all the speaking qualities from him. He taught me to be an orator and debater :)
He taught me everything :P I still remember The first time I ever faced stage....There stood a crowd of people in front of me , And I had to speak.....And I spoke :)
Thanks Allah :) I made it. It was years ago when I was in 2 Class :) The topic given to me was,
" Knowlege Is Power "
I'm glad I've found an amazing father...who loves me selflessly....!! I have a great bond of friendship wth him and My mother :) All the things , qualities I have today in myself are just because of him. In each step of my life either in academics or other activites, he showed me the light of guidance.
My parents mean a world to me :P
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