My mother influenced me in my life
My mother was an elementary school teacher who very strict, she taught a lot of excellent student, and she was a Buddhist, she was always doing volunteer to help people in need. My mother is and will always continue to be a role model as a mother. She always stands by my side, and whenever I fall down, she encourages me to stand up by myself and on my own feet. She has influenced my life by teaching me lessons and showing me the right behaviors and wrong behaviors. I will remember forever that my mother taught me to be an honest person, how to love person by sharing and giving , and not to give up. One of my mother’s powerful influences was that she taught me to be honest with peoples, and she taught me that being honest would made me happy for the rest of my life. My mother was a teacher. She required all of her students be the honest persons, so she always be a role model as a teacher. I remember one time when I was eight years old, I played with the neighbor in my house. I accidentally broke the flower vase which my mother very liked. When my mother asked who broke it, I was very scared. I did not tell her the truth. I said it was not me break it, I thought maybe the cat did it. Later my mother found out the truth from my neighbor and asked me about it in calm way, and she told me she really did not mind I broke it. She required that I never lie to anyone and never lie to myself. She showed me that most of the bad situation in the world began with a lie. When a person steals something, he lies to the law, or when a husband cheats on his wife, he lies to his wife. My mother often tells me that being a man means facing the truth.
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The things I have learned and continue to learn from my Mother are endless; she has taught me all of the founding principles of my life and for that I am eternally thankful. Though my Mother and I have many discussions on various subjects, within which I learn many different things, I believe that many of the things I learn from her are discovered and observed from example. I am a strong believer in the notion that the saying “like father, like son” transfers into both genders, however, I do think that this is more a result of following example rather than a result of inheritance or genetics. It is common knowledge that not everyone is perfect, even heroes, and in realizing this I know that I although I wish to be like my Mother in most ways I do not in all. This realization may be one of the most important things I have learned, my Mother has taught me to base my decisions in life not solely on the examples and actions of others but simply on what I gather and learn from the examples and actions of others. In other words, she has taught me not to follow blindly but to make my own decisions based on what I think is important. 

My relationship with my Mother is something that I treasure above everything else in my life. We are able to play and joke like young children and have serious in depth conversations on some of life hardest subject like mature adults. The various levels that my Mother can reach me on astounds me and I think that it is what makes our relationship truly special and what makes her such a wonderful influence.

She showed me that most of the bad situation in the world began with a lie.
My mother often tells me that being a man means facing the truth. I always think back on those words when I get into trouble. 
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