Father Essay

My Father: The Person I Admire Most
Over time, there have been several people who have influenced various aspects of my life,
based on their personal characteristics, accomplishments, and values. I have been privileged
to have had numerous teachers and professors who I respect for their patience and intelligence.
There are artists that have inspired me by their natural talents and original creativity.
I value many political leaders, who have inspired me by their contributions to society, and
their ability to change our futures. Of all the people I have encountered in my life, the
person I admire most is my father.
As the youngest girl in my family, I always considered myself to be “Daddy's little girl.”
Growing up it always made me sad to see so many of my friends and neighbors without a father
or father-like figure around. This helped me appreciate how my father always takes an interest
in his children's lives. To this day, he still professes how
roud he is of me and my siblings,
and is still there to support us in whatever we are involved in. In every aspect of my life
my father continuously pushes me to excel. Whenever I feel like giving up, or have a question
or a concern, I know I can always call on him for advice. From him I have also learned that
sometimes you have to put others needs ahead of your own, but not to the point they will begin
to take advantage of you. His strength seems to be unbreakable during hard times, and is
extremely determined to accomplish anything he sets his mind on. I hold great esteem for
how he stands up for what he believes in, and will never back down. I have always admired
his open mind, compassion, and sense of understanding. He is a very reserved man, but has
a great sense of humor, and always knows how to put a smile on my face.
I remember how my father worked during the week at night, and how we would
look forward to the weekends when we would spend time with him