Recognizing the Love from Our Parents
In this modern world that we live in, all our parents are concerned about is us. We, as kids, are ignorant to the extent that we imagine that all the classes, extracurriculars, and other things that that our parents “force” to do are supposedly torture for us. Complaints and excuses are all that comes out of our mouths when our parents tell us about them. But, looking on the perspective of a parent, we can see how how it is to sign up a single child for a single class or event, a these bring even more stress to the parent. They will have to send and pick up the us, and fit this class into the already busy schedule that they already have. As always, all of their action not only benefit us as children, but our parents try to
leave us as carefree as possible.
Both of my parents are faced with the task of having a job other than taking care of us, on top of sending us to music, art, math, sports, and other classes. And this is not including all of the things they do to send us to the best school, helping us with everyday life, and the seemingly easy job of just giving us the basic necessities of life. Dealing with all these things is not easy. For one thing, they want us to have a better life as an adult, and to do this, they face one task: responsibility.
Now, responsibility comes with stress and pressure. The first thing our parents have to deal with is their job. My parents are engineers, as are many these days, and it is not an easy task. Often, my mom and dad will work up until 3 in the morning to finish a task they haven’t finished yet, while we have already gone to sleep hours ago. Other than this, they have the pressuring and As children, we have to realize, that being a parent is most definitely not easy. We have to appreciate deeply all the work our parents have done to give us the best of the best of them, and how much they have endured to just to be the best parent they can be for us. Without our parents, life would be a never ending tunnel with no light. Love from our parents is infinite, a burning fire of love, and nothing will ever quench this fire.