I consider my parents as the most important people in my life. This is not because they re wealthy or famous. Rather, what I value about most is the care and love they show to me.
My parents might work hard, but they re always there for me. Whenever I get into trouble and desperately need a hand, they come over first to support me and encourage me. I grew up with their constant care and love. While they re getting older with grey hair and wrinkles, they never lose dignity in both life and jobs.
From my parents, I have learned that one person can really make a difference. I ll never forget their care and love. Gratefulness brings a great fullness to life. I wish they could always be happy and healthy. It is high time we expressed our gratitude to people we cherish!
When I was a child ,you tought me how to speak ,how to learn ,and most important you tought me how to be a human heing .now I can't find any proper word to appreciate your bringing me up .your love is always so strong ,so powerful .When I do something right or wrong ,your voice is arround me.
You tought me how to respect others and how to hononr myself .Dad ,you have told me everyone on the earth is equal .love everything you come upon at heart.
I think when I have my own child ,I will follow your way to teach it .Make it a good character .Don't worry me so much though I know I'm only a child in your eyes .but I'm grown-up.
Finaly ,let me say love you again.
According to a recent survey involving over 3000 undergraduates, 35% of university students have never said “Thank you” to their parents. Their parents have done all they could to bring them up in the past score of years, but have never been rewarded with gratitude.
The subjects claim such reasons as follows. First and foremost, a quarter of the interviewed students regard it as parents’ duty to support them spiritually and financially. And it is not necessary to express appreciation to their parents. However, the majority of youngsters are aware of their parents’ tender love but are not accustomed to saying “Thank you”. Some even find a generation gap between themselves and their parents, thus feeling reluctant to express their affection for their parents.
In my opinion, extending thankfulness to our parents is a way of respecting them and their love. We should express our feelings directly and bravely, but what’s more important is, we should do all that we can to reward them.