I will always stand up for what is right, never give in to negative peer pressure, never allow fear of failure to prevail in my emotions. * Responsibility – I will act responsibly all the time, always considering the consequences of my actions, always being accountable for my acts * Family – Only with a strong family and sharing the successes together I will reach my goals. And the biggest challenge of my life is to be able to help my children developing their own values. * Ambition – No matter the barriers, I will find the way for my dreams to become reality. My conduct should
I live to protect her, care for her, and attend her every need. I would give up my life for her; give up everything I have for her. Why, because I LOVE her and that maternal love can be beaten by no other. The love I have for my husband is also a great love, but it’s a different love than the love I have for my daughter. But that doesn’t mean that I love one anymore than I do the other.
But I still have to face this and to face this hard time that is going through me. Alice is an inspiration to me and that I’ve always loved her hard work and support and help that she gives others. The things she taught me in life are very important and yet I still cannot forget. I just can’t. But I know during my life the things that Alice has taught me in my life will be used and pass on to the next generation and let them pass on to their next generation and more.
(Susan Wolf 2008: American Heritage Dictionary) I would see that my parents or parent got the best possible care, since I do not believe that physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia would be the answer. I believe that any kind of suicide is a sin. Being able to take care of them in their last days would be giving back to them for all they had done for me. It would be an honor for me to do everything in my power to make sure that my parents’ wishes were honored and were comfortable during what little time they had with me.” Deontology, then, focuses on the duties and obligations one has in carrying out those actions (rather than on the consequences of those actions)”. I would try and do all that was required to find out what the big picture is and what would be the best way to proceed with their care that physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia We did not have to struggle with the same things that Susan did with her father as mind was in a coma.
Belonging. It is important that each member of my family feel that they are loved, that they belong and that they matter. Being a cohesive family could mean that you spend every spare minute together doing family activities but keep in mind that everyone is different. 2. Flexibility.
National Honor Society By: Aleesta Clodfelter National Honor Society is having the characteristics of leadership, character, and service. I think that National Honor Society is the right thing for me because my parents have instilled in me a sense of responsibility and the care for others. This is such a formidable opportunity itself to be involved in due to the dedication of helping and caring for others, and being associated with multitudes of non- profit organizations. Leadership plays a huge role. I’ve always tried to show more of an independent role as a student, and help others who don’t quite understand the things that I do.
Throughout my entire life my parents have pushed me to my extreme in every task that I embark on. They have, and will continue, to expect greatness from me. Their expectations have allowed me to become a responsible person. Beneath their wings I have become a mature, accountable, and helpful adult. Throughout these experiences, I have learned that I must manage my time wisely and finish things on my own.
One of my principal values is self-respect, I think it is the most important thing because of the reason that it covers all what I am, including my integrity. Humbleness is one of the values that my family has teach me. Being honest with my self and to others. Having the assertiveness or in other words standing up for my self. Also my inner peace, to be able to give it to others around me.
Family Values Blood is thicker than water; the words which my family have instilled upon me and have influenced my life. Although the term "family values" does not have a specific meaning, many people can agree that personal family values are the bond which keep families united. Family values are the beliefs and traditions passed down from previous generations. By honoring these qualities of a family, traditions and certain rules in a household will always be passed down to future generations. In my family, the three most important values are sacrifice, respect, and honesty.
Sadly it seems to hear such stories. Yet their love for each other will remain forever even though they are blocked by great barriers. The view presented are the roots of the theme proposed for this short story “barrier can’t hinder true love”. The barriers referred to are the society and culture of the place where Awiyao and Lumnay dwells. There has been a great internal and external conflict between Awiyao, himself and the society Awiyao loves Lumnay, yet he needs to redeem himself by remarrying to finally have a child, for the society to accept him and recognize him, and for it says so based from their culture.