Eulogy for Son Today, the most difficult day in my family’s life, we gather to say farewell to our son, brother, fiancé and friend. To those of you here and elsewhere who know Dylan you already are aware of the type of person he was and these words you will hear are already in your memory. To those who were not as fortunate, these words will give you a sense of the type of man he was and as an ideal for which we should strive. My son has been often described as a gentle soul. He was pure of heart and had great sensitivity for the world around him.
The Greatest Lesson in Life The Merriam Webster's dictionary has many different definitions for the meaning of the word love. It can be defined as a strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties, affection based on sexual desire, or affection based on admiration, benevolence, and/or common interests. To love and be loved is cherished greatly among my family. From the day that I was born I was granted with unconditional love by my family. These people that surrounded me with this love have taught me not only to love them, but myself and hopefully a special someone in the future as well.
However, the connectivity between all generations remains the same for all, because the people before us shape our world and who we are. From older generations we learn the most important things in life, like the true value of family. This strong relation between generations is displayed in “The Treasure of Lemon Brown” by Walter Dean Myers and “The Medicine Bag” by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve. Both stories have central characters that initially reject their relatives because they are ashamed or upset with them only to discover how vital their relations with them actually are. Many things bring us closer to previous and future generations, such as lessons and memories.
It’s a moral value for me because I love my family, they are the people who are always going to stand by my side and keep supporting me with whatever endeavors that I choose to do. along with my boyfriend, who I love a lot also due to his caring, kind and soft heart that he has. I am a person that becomes close to friends that I make, honestly I don’t know what it is but it seems like with whoever friend I make, we tend to click easily and I or the friend start to open up to one another. I define love as always being courteous to a person, respecting them, supporting them, caring for them, and always to keeping them safe. To me that’s what love is, I have a big family and each of us are all like that, we support one another and check up on one another to insure that they are safe and doing okay.
Love will always be there Robert Hayden 's "Those Winter Sundays" and Theodore Roethke 's "My Papa 's Waltz" distinctly captures the bond and the dynamic between the fathers and their sons interrelationships. For many people love is a very difficult feeling to express. Some express love through actions, while others through genuine feelings. Throughout the generations, the father figure performed many important roles in the family. He was the main breadwinner, protector, and a figure that a child will always look up too with trust and admiration.
I grew up with a family that has had a really close relationship with each other. My immediate family consists of my two parents, two older brothers, my younger sister, and me. My father has always been seen as the person with power in my family. He has taught us valuable lessons in life and has raised us with the idea that family comes first. We consider ourselves to be a strong family because whenever one of us is in need or has an issue we all support each other and help each other overcome whatever difficulty it is that we are having.
That bond is stronger than anything else in my life, and it always will be even though my dad passed away just over a year ago. The reason my father had such a strong impact on my life was because of his many great traits. My father was kind, and he showed it with my immediate family, his
Family love is another type of love we can think about. It is the love we use between our intermediate family and our extended family members. Family love is said to be blind, only to show that love can be shown to anyone no matter condition or problems one can have. Of course we all know about the good times, hard times, and times we have as a family, but no matter what the situations are within the family, love is usaully a important part. A close bond between two people can begin with a friendship.
My Hero, My Grandfather My grandfather was a very loving man, he loved his family more than anything he had known. The only thing that could compare to his love for his family, was his love for his country. In his life he would have to make many sacrifices for his country, and the second would be supporting his wife and kids. He took on hardships with ease, he always had a certain calmness to him, this is something I idolize about him, I would like to learn how to act this way. He’s my hero because he was special, not like anyone else I have ever met, he knew he was special, but he never he never flaunted it.
Despite his intimidating 6'4" figure, he was a kind, warm-hearted man, who actually cared about the common people. His family and friends had a substantial influence on him and they played an extremely important role in his life. They supported him in whatever he set his mind to and they kept him sane when he felt like he was about ready to breakdown during difficult times. There is more to Lincoln than most people could ever imagine, and his personal life could never be complete without his family. Lincoln had a very intimate relationship with his wife Mary Todd, and he showed endless love and affection to his children.