Another good character trait was that he was extremely ambitious usually he would pick out tasks that carried a significant amount of weight sometimes even he could not complete them. He was also very obedient to his parents even if it meant that he might miss out on something or if he might get hurt. (pg. 36) After all the problems that he had to face, he obtained a very tough character and learned to work together with his family. One of his most Christian traits was that he was a very giving and generous.
Also, my dad has always been there to help me make tough decisions and I love him a lot. My brother is the best brother anyone could ask for. We never fight and I always talk to him about my problems. We get along so well, I'd hate to lose him too. We have all been through so much that it has brought us much closer together.
I think Atticus is a good model for an ideal parent because he caring, shows great courage throughout the book. Also I think he's a good father because he always wanted the best for his kids. Atticus was a good father to jem and scout, mainly because he had to be. As an only parent, Atticus had all the responsibility to look after his children and raise them well. He taught them some of life's valuable lessons and morals to go by.
Although life was rough for him he managed to learn positive qualities such being humble, wise, unpretentious, well-behaved, leads others, organized, respectful, self-giving, and most of all thoughtful. His experience allowed him to improve his way of living based on his father’s actions and behavior. He became a better person and continues to improve. He promised to himself that when he has his own family he will be a great husband and a father to his children. From the day we met to this day, we have been inseparable.
It may be their mother, friend, teacher, sport player, father, sibling, or as simple as a pet. My hero is my son. I consider him my hero because threw everything I have gone through, I know from here on out he will always be there for me. As a young child, he only sees the good in people and not the evil. No matter what, he will always save me.
Even though I was not always the best player, my dad made me feel as if I was by the small but important things he did. Many times would lose, but in return instead of being put down he would cheer me up by either buying me something I wanted or taking me somewhere where we could enjoy ourselves. Even though he always knew that my team would rarely win, he always kept registering me in hopes of getting better. In this manner he instilled in me the determination to keep trying and never give up. My father has also been an important source of information and inspiration for me.
I was always amazed by the way other people responded to him in public. His example taught me the importance of respect. Family gatherings were very special. Family unity was stressed as the bond that held us together given any situation. My father was an optimist.
Each day of my life, I live for Jesus Christ.” "My life wouldn't be the same without the people that have shaped and molded my character. They have given me everything I wanted and have helped me succeed, and for that, I am thankful. I think it is important to be humble, and remember all of the people that helped you get to where you are, whether it's your parents, your siblings, or God. Being thankful is being able to let go of all ideas of self-importance, and instead acknowledge everything in your life that has made it better. I am thankful to God and my family, and my friends, and even my teacher for help me improve my life."
My greatest personal strength that permeates into other areas of my life is persistence; persistent to be good at anything that I do. I set high standards for myself. I believe in doing things well in order to be successful with what I do and with the commitments I make. A personal-strength of mine at home is I am a dedicated father to my dogs, which since I do not have children; they take the role on of me being a good father. Secondly, I am a dedicated husband.
Apart from being with friends and achieving great things, he also recognized his efforts and became proud of the things he did. This also involved personal decisions whereby he considered them right. Such situations do not mean that there cannot be disappointments. Therefore, he was always ready for shame as well as trying to justify his actions to avoid punishment. Time seemed to be a factor that was never enough.