Paper: The Characters of My Special Hero, My Mother Martha

Also because the generosity trait was taught to her at an early age and she has grown up with the trait. Furthermore, my mother donates to several charities and organizations such as “St. Jude Research Hospital” and “United States Fund (Unicef).” She donates every month and makes sure to always give as much as she can. In addition, my mother donates her time to volunteer at our local shelter. She takes care of lonely, homeless dogs and despairing cats around our town. My mother always says “Generosity is like an endless circle, you can start anywhere and you will not stop.” My mother has lifted the weights of difficulty and has gone on the treadmill of life. At six years old, my young and wretched mother had to leave her family and move in with a new one. She was alone, and had not seen or heard about her family for months. Her eyes were an infinite river and her face was as pale as a ghost for a long time. In addition, my mother has faced several tragic deaths in her life. These include the deaths of her baby brother and beloved grandfather. Furthermore, my mother had to learn to do so much at a young age and maintain her family. She had to clean many houses and take care of her younger siblings. I honestly do not think there is anyone as strong as my mother. “Strength is the result of continuous struggles” my mother says every day. Intelligence, compassion and strength make my mother a courageous woman. All the decisions made in my mother’s life and all the continuous struggles have made her into the person she is today. Her life was a roller-coaster but she never gave up. My mother is an impeccable example of what true life-saving really is. She is strong as the mighty Hercules! I hope to follow in her footsteps one day....