Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about my role model my parents. Over time, the idea of a role model has evolved from mythical “heroes” in movies, comic books, and novels to regular individuals who have a particularly positive influence on someone’s life.
A celebrity is not required to be a role model. A role model is someone who has changed your perspective on life, whether they be members of your family, teachers, friends, or even simply random strangers like social workers or leaders. My parents are role models for me.
My parents serve as my role models because they exhibit the traits of a good parent. Even though they are far from ideal, they exhibit the virtues and qualities that any child may hope for in a parent. My parents are loving and steadfast in the pursuit of their plans to raise us with good values and norms so that we will grow up to be responsible, well-behaved, God-loving adults who also know how to love others.
They are also very responsible, good providers, committed to their duties and responsibilities, loving, and good role models. Even while facing difficulties, my parents make sure to provide us with everything we need and try their best. They continue carrying out their parental tasks without pausing or even stopping. Thank you.