In contrast, for my dad he wanted exactly the opposite what his parents’ marriage turned out to be. Including myself, most women, or even men, who grow up and watch their parents love each other endlessly it provides a picture of how a marriage should look and as one gets older we picture ourselves having the love our parents’ shared. My parents fit the “perfect” American marriage because it was influenced by their culture around them. Before the assignment I never put thought into why a marriage works out or even how the marriage is typical. The assignment helped to change the way my mind views relationships, my parents in particular.
My parents recognized that my older brother learned differently and they didn’t think he would be ready for school when he became school age, so they decided that homeschooling would be the best education they could give to my brother. When I became school aged, my parents were already committed to homeschooling and their decision to homeschool me was something I’m grateful for. Instead of tracks, I was able to learn at my own pace. I was reading a few years before the “norm”, but I learned how to spell about a year later than the “norm”. Being homeschooled could be detrimental to social interaction, but I was always out with my parents and they always pushed me to interact with people.
I would also be a husband who supports the wife and shares a romantic relationship even as we grow old. This kind of relationship between wife and I would provide great model of what an ideal relationship looks like and what to look for in their own partners. Succeeding in this goal would also mean a great deal for my parents as they have always emphasized the importance of having a great partner and being a responsible father and husband. Letting them grow old with their grandchildren would be a rather gratifying experience for me, since I’d be able to show my parents how their endless sacrifice and care for me have ultimately turned into new life and new beginning.
Dr. Manette loves his daughter. She is the world to him, without her he would still be a crazed old man. Dr. Manette's love for his daughter is clear throughout the story he expresses his thought verbally. When his daughter Lucie is married he tells her “Consider how natural and how plain it is, my dear, that it should be so. You, devoted and young, cannot fully appreciate the anxiety I have felt that your life should not be wasted.”1 Dr.Manette is a very caring man.
He and his wife are like best friends. Yes, they sometime have problems, but that’s with any relationship. Life will always bring you some type of adversity for you persevere through. I just look at as God transforming his Boys into great young men in his kingdom. If we take the focus off of what boys want, God will show them everything they
We live in a world that is filled with so many people who have a “father” but not a dad. I have been blessed because I not only have a father, but I have a great dad. He’s a huge inspiration to me and has always been one of my biggest role models. My dad has taught me many valuable life lessons. Some including how a man should treat a lady, how I should treat others, how I should behave, and how I should love and pursue a better relationship with God.
If we think about it, if his father would not care about him, he would not transfer to the Magnet school. In his memoir Lac said, “I love my father. I realize now that I always have and always will. I understand what he was trying to teach me all those years” (246). This made me realize how I really feel about my father too.
There was a time in my life that I use to accept my mother not being there for me, but rejected my father. Why did I look at my father in a negative way and not my mother? Eventually, as I went over that thought in my mind, I realized that I was ... ... middle of paper ... ...ave to set an example and hopefully pass on the necessity and importance of having an education to my children as will as others in urban areas. I also realize the positive affect that I was able to give to those children that didn’t have a male figures to look up to and feel that necessary male bonding. The F.A.M.I.L.E.
Linda, Willy's adoring wife weather's Willy's ups and downs with patience and hope that someday he will realize that he is successful. She believes that a home, a loving family, and food on the table are all anyone needs. Linda says to him "why must everybody conquer the world? You're well like and everyone loves you" (p292). She is often trying to point out his accomplishments, but, he turns a blind eye.
My grandfather lived through... ... middle of paper ... ... a great women in his life to support him, my grandfather wouldn’t have had the energy and inducement to become a great outlier. I owe a lot to my grandmother as for being where I am as well. (Chawla, N) Conclusion His decisions and personality is why I am here today, and why I am lucky enough to be born in the top 2% of the world. I owe everything to my Grandfather who today is a healthy 86 year old, and I promise him that I will continue his hard work and perseverance and make him proud one day. I look back at my grandfather's story and it truels shocks me that how lucky I am.