As hard as I tried to fight it, my dad instilled in me the good values and work ethic to be an honest and responsible member of society. He taught me how to be a good husband. He taught me how to be a good father. He taught me how to be a man. It has been 18 years since my father’s death, and I am still learning from the memories I have of him.
In fact, my dad tries his best at helping, even if it is a scratch on my knee, he is always there to help. My father is a major part of my life and I am thankful for every minute with him! My father is consistently helping me accomplish my goals. However, both of my parents have helped me accomplish my goals and shaped into the person I am today. They helped push me to continue my education to becoming a Registered
I would never had made it to college if I gave up on education because my senior year I felt really lazy and I didn’t know what to... ... middle of paper ... ...tion is sometimes taken for granted because I feel like I don’t need to learn a certain subject in college but yet I need it to involve in the real world when getting a job. To me education is what prepares me for a career job the people who are hiring looked for the ones that are open minded and can easily work with their surroundings. Education is important in many ways it helps us become better people to be able to show academic skills learn throughout many years of school. I feel that when I’m looking for internships people look for my background and how experienced I am when it comes to programming. I think if I overachieve my education in computer science I could be able to be successful like Reyna Grande on how she was able to pursue her dream career as a writer.
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.
Whatever the reasoning, I am proud and grateful for having him in my life not only as a father, bu... ... middle of paper ... ... was the first time I had tasted real defeat, or any defeat for that matter. As I approached my parents, expecting them to be disappointed for not winning first place, my father glared at me with the illustrious smile that I knew so well and said, “Good job son. Proud of what you did. Keep it up.” What more could you ask of a father? Having a stable parental foundation is crucial in raising a healthy child.
In hopes that their kid will survive the real world and pass on their knowledge to their kids and their children and so on. My father has influenced my life in several ways, for staying in my life he has taught me about priorities and responsibilities. When my dad tells me things he does it in a unpleasant voice, he claims that’s just the way he talks but I
My dad teaches me to push through my problems and resolve them -- and not just in school. He has helped me in all different kinds of problems. From making sure I have good, kind friends, to comforting me when I am upset or anxious, he takes a big role in my life. By always being there for me, he teaches me to do the same for others. And above all, my dad has influenced me to comfort those and make others happy.
I thank my father for all he has taught me. He taught me how to be responsible and a provider for my family. The most important thing I learned from him was how not to be like him. Neglecting his family and leaving them with nothing. I would always look to him as an example of what not to do when I have a family one day.
Even though it was a very hurtful experience, it helped me to know myself better as a person, realize that I can realize on myself and understand what an inspiration my father was and still is to me. First of all, everything was special and different when my dad was alive. Since he was the one who maintained the family economically, there was nothing to discuss about when he had made a decision. For instance, when I was a teenager, my dad always wanted me to join the art group at school, which was noticeably unpopular among the students at my high school. Since I would do anything to keep my dad happy, I decided to join the art group in spite of my dislike of drawing.
The person that made me who I am today was my dad because he has been there for me since day one. My dad, always told me to do well in school, but the part that hurt me was when he got a bypass heart surgery when I was about 10 or 11 years old. I had to take care of my little siblings, and we would have to stay at one of my brothers’ godparents for a day or two, or probably more. When it was finally the time to take my dad into a room so we could visit him, they wouldn’t let us which made me mad because I wanted to visit my dad to see how he was doing and find out how he had come out of surgery. But after my dad came out of the surgery room and my mom went in to visit him, in that time, my mom told me that my dad died for a few minutes, but that my dad had told her that he saw my grandfather.