Essay on My Family: My Father

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As I long I will be alive, my father would stay in my heart and thoughts. Every time I see my face, I can see some of his physical features through the mirror. He not only is my biologic father, but also my inspiration in my life. He constantly inspires me to put efforts in my impossible dreams. In return, I want to prove him myself and how capable I can be. With his personality, his role, and his unquestionable generosity, my father is a man who influences me the most. My father’s personality is not extraordinary or amazing, on the other hand, one of the simplest one I ever know. You don’t have to be fantastic like a superhero to be recognized by the ones you love. With my dad’s outgoing attitude, you would be surprise that a middle …show more content…
However, my father would stay strong during crucial times at work for his family and himself. My father is a man of respect. I admire him as his first and oldest daughter. No matter how mad or silly my sisters and I would get, he would be the peacemaker in the family. Let’s say that my sisters and I like to have fun at home. We have so much fun that we end up to be incredibly loud. Anyway, my dad can’t stand us laughing out loud and acting like savages at all. He would just break us apart to stop our noisy silliness. Sometimes I think my dad is over-protective. I think this way because when my grand-father died. He couldn’t tell me straight in the face. He didn’t know how I would react with the bad news. So, my mother told me the horrible news. Maybe he didn’t want to tell me since he would admit that my grand-pa died.
What I truly believe is that his desire toward his children is to appreciate somebody for what they are and not their possessions or status. Just to think about the idea, it is unimaginable to me. I don’t know how people can support each other if they don’t enjoy themselves together. The truth is that my parents married each other due to their love not for anything’ else. I don’t think my sisters can conclude this from my parents since they’re younger than me. It feels like I am the only one who can comprehend my father’s intention. I wish my sisters

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