The Principles That My Parents Have Taught Me

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The many principles that my parents have taught me is to be outgoing, but most importantly an educated person, for allowing me to become what I am today, a respectful mature young lady. Both of my grandparents raised my own parents when being young kids into having discipline, responsibilities and obligations. Back in the day, the years were different and it required a lot more education/principles. Education has been one of the most maybe top five of me, my character. Since what I remember by parents always taught me the right path, not wrong, they always tried to fix my mistakes so I wouldn 't repeat them or make myself look bad in front of other people. They wanted me to be an educated person with principles, but I never understood why they would correct me when I thought it was right as a young kid, but as time went by, and with NO small talks, I mean BIG talks with my parents I began to understand and mature to why I had to become that person, to be a respectful. They always told me to respect others no matter who they were, if I knew them or not, it 's a sign of respect from me and to the other person. It will show that I did grow up with a good education and it will also talk good about my parents. They always told me and kept reminding me that actions speak louder than words, to always show something that I was made of and not something that I 'm not. Hearing other people out, it shows your interests or even if you 're not, but try to show it because it 's showing respect to that person. Being respectful is a big part of me, I can never forget that, because if I want to be respected, I respect other people, to treat them the same way as I want to be treated, even if I think that I 'm not going to receive it back, and if... ... middle of paper ... ...that I need to be successful thanks to god and my parents, and with that being said, is my only responsibility that my parents ask for me to do, to always work hard for what I want to achieve and never let my guard down. Making smart decisions, and not making it more hard on myself, to know that is not always going to be easy but hard and its part of the process. Hardworking, and no lacking off/procrastinate, yes is a temptation but when I put myself to work and I 'm done, I feel accomplished and with no worries. Whatever work I do, with all effort in it to win it and to never say "I can 't do it" because I can, I just remember to myself that at the end is going to be all worth it. I have verified that with a good education and principles is leading me to have a better beneficial life. Its preparing for the real world and not being surprised for what comes my way.

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