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Descriptive Essay

Descriptive Essay

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Published by: Jagruti Patel on Oct 13, 2011
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Jagruti Patel Mr. Burton English1113 22 September 2011 Father's clipart The most significant person in my life is apparently not even aware of the things he has taught me and of how much he has affected my endurance. He plays multiple role rather than just one. He is an adviser, supporter and even a protector. He taught me to never give up,and always keep a smile on one's face no matter what adversity one goes through in their life. This wonderful person is none other than my father. He accomplished his life lessons by overcoming the inadequacy he faced growing up in India. He was assigned loads of responsibilities at an early age when its a time for having fun, hanging out with friends and playing pranks. He has the strength of mountains and the wisdom of ages. His teenage pictures quietly reflect the tiredness of the whole day of hard work, but no matter what circumstances he was in, a smile never left his face. My grandparents did not had enough money to pay for his school, education costs a lot of money in India, and there are no such things called public schools. There weren't any less problem and on top of that my grandmother faced the worst disease called paralysis. Seeing his mother in pain and father being helpless and worrying about my father so he decides to stop working on his dream. My father, with a gentle soothing smile decides to leave his study and help his father in farming so that they can save my grandmother by providing her those expensive medicine. They did not even have money to buy new clothes for Christmas but my father never complained about it. He worked and all of his salary was used to pay for my grandmother's medicine and for household needs. Everyday use to be a hardworking day for him ; in the morning before going to the farm he cooked the food for lunch and gave

Patel-2 medicine to my grandmother then left for work. However. he understands how important education is in order to succeed in life. So. My grandmother left her journey of life cycle. I am so grateful and proud to be able to call him my dad. Because of this. After a day of hard work and tiredness. He did not have the best childhood that a growing up kid should have. . my whole family and I immigrated to the United States in hopes of a better life. He showed his courage and fought with that sad situation calmly and smartly. but he always use to feel a little sad for not working on his aimed career. Working with my grandfather . he became the best farmer in the whole town. In April 2010 . he decided that he would never let his children grow up the way he did.not being able to obtain a full education has hindered him in his life. My hardships are nothing compared to the hardships that my father went through in order to get me to where I am today. his face never lost its smile and charm.

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