My mom has always been my flexure to look up to. She has Inspired me to be the person I truly want to be. My mom is a strong, kind-hearted, and successful woman who has always been there for me. She gives me her strength and love during everything. She is my idol, a woman who has taught me to stay true to myself and become the adult I want to become. Back when I was in grade 6, I was one of those kids who didn’t really care about school and never really bothered to do homework.
I thought to myself “What was the mint in learning things like the history of Canada if we are never going to apply it in real life”? Why was I learning about art if I’m not planning to be an artist? But then my mom taught me an unforgettable and valuable lesson. She taught me that even though we might not use all the knowledge we learn from school in real life, education is still important. I need to have a good education to be successful in the future. If I do well In school and get Into an honorable university I can learn the things I enjoy and have my choice of work. I would be able support my family and be happy with my Job.
She always tells me that I am considered lucky to be even able to have an education because kids elsewhere who yearn to have an education wont be able to get one as they are unable to afford one. I shouldn’t think that school is boring and useless and instead think of it as a rare opportunity to learn. Whenever I’m not doing well In school, my mom would always motivate me to keep working hard and trying my best for my future. She said that I may not enjoy school but in the end I would regret not learning more. One Sunday evening, a conversion, one that I vividly remembered occurred during inner.
We were at home and it was Just my mom, my sister, my dad, and l. We had dinner and there were some of my sister’s favorite dishes. Our topic of discussion was what we planned to do for our future. In my family, I have always been the one that doesn’t know what to do for my future. My sister already knew what her plans were; she wants to become a pharmacist. L, on the other hand. Didn’t know what I wanted. Sure I had a general idea; something in computers, engineering, or mechanics. So not very narrow, but at least an idea. At this time I hated this line of discussion.
My sister could say something, but I had nothing to bring to the table. I wanted to make sure the career I chose would be one that I would be comfortable about. This one night before I went into my comforting bed, my mom came in my room and for the first time I told her that I wanted to go Into computer science. She was glad and proud that I finally found something that I want to do. She supported and agreed with my preferred line of work as long as I am happy about it. She encouraged me to continue to work hard and accomplish as much as I can in school so I can go to a amendable multiversity Ana nave my cream career. Nee also toll me auto near past during her education. My mom was also like me when I was a child. She didn’t try her best and in result she didn’t do really well in school. After she graduated high school she was only able to go to a satisfactory college. After a year in college, she made one of the biggest decisions that she regretted in her lifetime. She quit college because she thought it was too difficult and she hated it. This made it really hard for her to find an adequate Job which also made her life a lot harder.
My mom has always shed if she could go back in time and remake her decision so she could learn more and may have been more successful. Through the years, my mom has shown me a glimpse of how to be successful, prosperous and to be capable to support my family in the future. School may have been harsh and boring to me when I was a child. But through my mom’s teachings I have learnt how meaningful a good education is. She is my hero, my guide, who taught me how to stay strong and become what I want to be. She is my inspiration and her strength allows me to continue to do my absolute best in school.