My mother, for whom I have a very deep respect in my heart, has a most hard working nature. She rises before any other member of the family and goes to bed last of all. She gets up at four early in the four early in the morning and after attending to the call of nature; she takes her bath in cold water whether it is winter or summer. Then she offers prayers to God. By this time, other members of the family also begin to rise. My father is the first amongst them. Gradually my brothers and sisters all get up.
My mother’s first care is to prepare my younger brother, Mohan and younger sister, Kala, for school. She gives them a bath, dresses their hair and clothes them. Then she prepares refreshment which consists of milk and snacks or some other combination. As my father goes to office at 9:30 a.m. my mother has to prepare meals for him early in time. We are not rich enough to afford a servant. So my mother has to go through all the work of the house from sweeping the floor to clearing the utensils. She washes the clothes and irons them also. She does a lot of sewing work also. Our shirt and trousers are mostly made by her. She also knits our sweaters and pull over’s to be used in winter.
My mother has a religious bent of mind. She observes a fast on religious occasions and spends quite a good deal of time in reading Holy books. Sometimes she reads out excerpts from the Ramayana or the Mahabharata or some other such book to us. Her life is an example of hard work and devotion. Under her guidance and inspiration, we find a new zeal in life. All of us, brothers and sisters, have learnt from her to make a proper use of our time and avoid bad company. She has taught us to avoid the use of indecent language. We have been taught to be courteous and polite to others.
My mother takes us with her when she goes to attend social functions like marriages or birthday parties. She loves me very much and at times, imparts advice to me. When she goes out for shopping, I am sometimes with her and she buys me things of my choice. Father has great respected for the care and patience with which mother keeps the family. I fact, my mother is the pillar of the structure of household life. If she is out of the house even for a day, we feel very sad and uneasy.
At night after supper the whole family assembles for general talks and discussion’s although my father is much more educated than my mother, she is the centre of family meetings and she shows extra ordinary ability in discussing a point. She is so wise that everybody has to respect her viewpoint. Sometimes she relates very interesting stories and the account of the experiences of her childhood is worth hearing.
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My Mother Essay
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What can one say about their mother? One may talk about her positive and negative characteristics. There are so many great traits I love and admire about my mom, that it would be difficult and unfair to write about just one. Being strong, generous and optimistic are all some great personality traits, which my mother possesses.
Ever since I can remember, my mother has been a strong individual. She raised my brother and I financially, emotionally, physically and spiritually by herself. My mom gave her all, by that I mean, she worked two jobs to make sure her children ate properly and that they had the essential amenities to grow happily and successfully. Another way she supported us was with love and care. My mom…show more content…
She would encourage me by simply saying, "Complaining is a useless way to solve problems, but becoming active on the issue is a great way to conquer it. My mother My mother has always had strong faith and views in her religion. When I was younger, every day and night, she would bring prayer time to me and my brother's attention. My mom instilled As a child, my mother displayed the seriousness of spirituality. In which she expressed her faith in us at an early age, that prayer time was not the time to make jokes nor to complain about having to partake in it.
One lesson she taught us the most, was how seriousness about our spiritual beliefs could provide us with a substantial, stable and structural lifestyle.
My mother's heart is at its purest when giving. I witnessed my mother chip in and pay for people's rent, car notes, and buying them groceries. Although my mother's intentions were good, occasionally, her generosity has been taken advantage of. One time a close friend of the family, came to my mother in desperate need. He asked her to loan him a large amount of money, with the agreement that he would pay back in either monthly or weekly installments. My mom never did see the money that was due to her. Despite the incident she still gives and encourages others to give, whether is it a donation, or volunteering your time in your community. My