The Importance Of My Mother

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Barry Bonds once said, “Everyone in society should be a role model, not only for their own self-respect, but for respect from others.” This quote means that everyone in this world should be a role model, not just for themselves but for the respect from others who look up to them. I agree with this quote, every human being should be a role model for others so they can look for a good example in life to lead in their future. My inspirational figure is my mother. My mother has always been there for me in my life. Ever since I can remember my mother has always been there by my side supporting all of my dreams and goals. When I get older I hope I can become the person she is for me. I look up to my mother for her beauty, success, and what she has done for me in life.
The first thing I admire about my mother is her beauty. No matter what my mother wears if it’s casual or formal my mother is always beautiful. My mom always looks clean and ready for anything that comes her way. My mother has a big beautiful white smile that makes me happy when she is laughing and smiling. My mom has big voluminous hair that looks
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Ever since I was a kid my mother has done whatever she could to help me succeed in life. Whenever I needed something or help in school my mother would always help me as much as she could. After my grandparents died in 2009 I became very depressed, also due to religious reasons I didn’t attend school for a while which made me fall back in school. But my mother stayed up late to help me pass all of my exams and talked to my teachers asking for an extension so I could get caught up with my subjects. Many parents would have left their child too study by themselves, but not my mom. I am very fortunate to have a thoughtful parent to push me and help me through difficult times. I know without my mom I would never been able to experience everything I have
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