Because my mom has passed along so much of her wisdom to me, I will e better able to contribute to society than I would have been without her example. First, my mom is the hardest worker I know. She maintained a 4. 0 GAP in college. She took care of three children and an entire household before she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a disease that damages nerves. Despite the pain my mom is in, she does everything she can for her children. Depending on the day and the severity of her pain, she will do laundry, dishes, vacuuming, and even mopping, if she feels up to it.
She amazes me daily with the load she puts on herself. She makes me e that if she can get up and do so much with the amount of pain she is in, that I can do more than I think I can. Second, my mom is the kindest person I have ever met. She would help anyone in a time of peril. Whether that person needed a meal, a bed for a night, someone to listen to their problems, or even a shoulder to cry on, she would help as much in her power as she possibly could. Before the onset of her M. S. , when my brother and I were in elementary school, she would volunteer. In kindergarten she would read aloud to the class.
In T-lвЂ?a grade between kindergarten and first grade for children ho are not mature enough for the next step- she would help with the reading tests. All through my brother and my elementary school she would help recycle aluminum cans. With this contribution to society, she has made me see that helping others makes a big difference in who you are as a person and your outlook on life. Third my mom is the smartest person I have ever met, academically and common sense wise. She maintained a 4. 0 GAP in college. Whenever I have a problem with school work she helps me however she can.
Whether she proofreads my papers or works algebra robbers she always tries to help me. Sometimes she does not remember how to do answers we were looking for, if not we Google it. I have long admired her smarts and I am very proud to be able to call her my mom. I have always admired my mom’s gumption. She knows what is right and wrong, and has taught me how to tell the difference between them as well. She taught me when I was little to never accept candy from strangers. She also taught me when I became a teenager to never accept a drink from someone I did not trust. She taught me that a good attitude is the best way to make it through life.
Almost everything I have learned thus far has been from her incredible attitude and outlook on life. She has truly been the one to make the impact on me that having gumption, initiative, and a good outlook on life will get you almost anywhere you want to go in life. My mom is the most incredible woman in my life. She is positive, smart, a hard worker, brave, and always dreams big. I think that these are some of the most commendable qualities that anyone can have. She has made me want to contribute to society, be a better person, and always take the high road. She is the person who as made me the person that I am today.
I will always be in debt to her. I could have turned out much differently, but thanks to her infinite wisdom, guiding me throughout the stages of life, I am a good person. She has always reminded me of a saying from the Bible, “Love suffers long and is kind; love does not envy; love does not parade itself, is not puffed up; does not behave rudely, does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil; does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth; bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails” (1 cord. 13. 4-AAA)