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My loving parents by Ritwick Sinha

What makes my mother special


The dearest person for me in this world is my mother. She is the soul of our home. My mother is special because she does not lose her temper, and is sympathetic. She is very kind, helpful and above all, she loves me like an angel, serves me like a nurse, and cares for me a lot. My mom always advises me to concentrate on my studies, and improve my behaviour. She helps me with my homework, especially when it comes to languages like Assamese and Hindi. I am lucky to have such a loving and affectionate mother. I am really proud of her.

Ritwick Sinha, Class-VII,
Don Bosco Sr. Sec. School, Guwahati.
Published : Planet Young, The Assam Tribune, June 6, 2013

My loving father

Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June every year, to express our heartfelt love and gratitude towards our fathers. We celebrate Father’s Day by gifting them cards, flowers and other gift items. On the occasion of this special day, I am going to write a few lines on my father, to pay my respects.

My father is the head of the family. He is a role model for me. He is very kind, helpful and above all, he loves me and cares about me a lot. He is greatly dedicated to us. My father thinks about me every moment. He is always there for me, whenever I am in any difficulty. He is a noble person. He believes in simple living and high thinking. He always supports and defends us. If my father sees anybody in trouble, he is always ready to help them. My father always advises me to study well, and improve my handwriting. He helps me to do my homework, especially when it comes to subjects like Mathematics and Computer Science. He plays football, cricket and many other games with me.  He is very special for me. I love my father for all that he does for our family. My father feels proud of my achievements, and I am really proud of my father.

Ritwick Sinha, Class-VII,
Don Bosco Sr. Sec. School, Guwahati.
Published : Planet Young, The Assam Tribune, June 13, 2013

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