Monday, 8 December 2014

Why is family important?

Everyone has a family. Some have biological families and some don’t. Does it really matter? Family is not only the people who share the same blood as you, they can also be the people who love and support you through out life. I have chosen to write about the importance of families.

Families are always supportive and will be with you every step of the way. They teach you what's right and wrong and help you understand life better. Their help is precise so are they. They push you to do things you never thought you could do. e.g run a long distance race without stopping or even improve your education.

You should always treasure your family because sadly a vast amount of children do not have families to come home to. They were either abandoned as a child or their parents died. These children are called orphans.

Imagine coming home one day and realizing your family is gone. Would you be in shock? How would you feel? What would you do? Your mom wouldn’t be there to make dinner for you. No one would be there to put you to bed at night.

At night I always tell my mom “I love you” before I go to bed because what if she, wasn’t breathing in the morning. At least I would remember that my last words to her where “I love you”. We should all love our families because we don’t know when they would be gone.

A good family would love and support you no matter what. A bad family would put you down all the time and say negative, unnecessary comments to you. A good family is like God they will pick you up when you feel down. A bad family is like a bully and will always be mean to you just for their entertainment.

In conclusion families are extremely important, they help you out when you most need it. You should love them, I mean they did give birth to you and remember not all families are perfect.

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