Your father is like your true friend. You always receive so much love and affection from him. He looks after you and cares for you like no other. Your father will always be strict with you because he wants the best for you. It is because he loves you that he wants you to be a good person with all the good values and high morals. You share a very special bond with your father. Try to reciprocate the love he has for you. You can never repay a father for all that he does for you but you can definitely show your love and care for him.
You will find below a number of short paragraphs on the topic My Father of varying word lengths. We hope these “paragraphs on My Father” will help students in completing their school assignments. These will also help children to write and read out paragraphs in simple words and with small sentences. Students can select any My Father paragraph according to their particular requirement.
Short and Long Paragraphs on My Father
My Father Paragraph – 1 (100 Words)
- My father is my role model. He is the person who I wish to become like.
- My father has all the qualities that I find are the ideal qualities in a person.
- He is honest, and he is also courageous to be that way. He always seeks the truth and abides by it. He will do all he can for this.
- He is helpful to people who may need his help. But he is never proud of all his good qualities.
- That is how I wish to be. And so I see him as my role model at all times.
My Father Paragraph – 2 (150 Words)
My father is like a friend to me. He loves me at all times. He teaches me all the values and morals I must live by. And he himself lives by all the values. He believes in practicing what he preaches. So I find my father very honest. And he never finds it difficult to be that way.
My father is kind and generous. If anyone approaches him with a genuine need he helps them to whatever extent he can. And he never grudges any help he offers. My father is time conscious and punctual. He is strict with me because he wants me to be disciplined. Being disciplined is tough, but I know it is for my good. And so I always try my best to follow what my father tells me to do. Whenever I am in a difficulty my father helps me out with love and affection.
My Father Paragraph – 3 (200 Words)
My father is my teacher and my friend. He teaches me to do many interesting things. He loves to make pottery and I enjoy learning to make pottery from him.
My father also enjoys gardening. I too find it very interesting to help him in the many little tasks so we can have a beautiful garden. He takes care of the garden with a great deal of attention. My father enjoys learning new things and always shares it with me. It is interesting to learn when my father teaches me. He teaches me with love and patience.
My father is kind and helpful. He is happy when he can help the poor to bring a smile on their faces. My father is hard working and a perfectionist. I always try to obey what he tells me to do. When he scolds me for the mistakes I do I know it is for my good, and I try to correct myself. I want to be like my father and be successful in achieving my goals. My father loves me. He encourages me to do my best. He wants me to develop good values and morals and be a good human being.
My Father Paragraph – 4 (250 Words)
My father is my role model and I try hard to be like him. My father is punctual. He does not like to be late for any appointment or for the completion of any task. He is strict with me because he wants me also to be on time and not to be late in completing my work. I too have learnt to be punctual, and I am appreciated for this by my teachers and my friends.
My father is particular about being neat and clean. He also does his work systematically and is fastidious. He keeps his books and papers in a neat and organized way. He insists I should keep my books and note books neat and tidy. He does not like me to dog ear the pages in a book. He also does not let me scribble in my text books. My books are therefore always like new.
My father is my best friend. He is a happy person and always tries to make those around him happy. I am happy when I am with him. He also has many friends because they like to enjoy his company. My father loves me. When I have any difficulty I turn to him and he is always willing to give me a helping hand. He always has a knack to solve my problems. I love my father and admire him for his many good qualities. I am grateful to my father and hope to make him proud of me.
My Father Paragraph – 5 (300 Words)
My father is hard working and disciplined. He is my teacher and guide. I look up to him for his advice and guidance. He teaches me with much love and patience. Even when I am slow to learn and understand he does not lose his temper. Instead, he teaches me patiently till I am able to understand.
My father is a loving and kind person. He is very soft-hearted. He is ready to help anyone who may stand in need of his help at any time, in whatever way he can, with no expectations.
My father is a nature lover. He loves to take us on picnics and trips to parks and forests and other scenic places. He is an artist and enjoys making paintings of natural scenery and landscapes when we go out on holidays. I too love to draw, and my father shares with me many interesting techniques of drawing and sketching.
Being conscious of environment issues and particular about not wasting natural resources, my father makes sure all of us at home are also aware of these issues. He believes in reducing, reusing and recycling the resources that we use in our everyday life. He comes up with many novel ways to practice this.
My father is disciplined and punctual. He is always on time for his work and is never late for an appointment. He expects me also to be that way. He is strict with me and wants me to be on time at school and punctual with my school work.
I learn a great deal from my father. I love him and am grateful to him for everything he does for me and all that he teaches me. But I know I can never repay him for all the love he has for me.
My Father Paragraph – 6 (350 Words)
My father is very special to me. He is the one person who loves me at all times. Even when he scolds me I know it is in my best interest that he does that. So I do not grudge his scolding. I always sincerely try to follow what my father tells me to do. When I obey my father I am happy and meet with a great deal of success.
I love my father and am very grateful to him for all that he does for me. When I fall sick it is my father who helps me get well. He takes care of me with so much love and affection, and so I get well soon.
I cannot repay all that my father does for me. But I can make my father happy by following what he tells me to do and becoming the person he wants me to become. This will mean so much to me.
My father wants me to develop good qualities and high morals. He is particular on my being honest. He always insists that I should be courteous and humble. My father says: “Pride goes before a fall.” And he cautions me against having pride.
Showing respect for elders is a quality my father says will always stand one in good stead. He tells me to respect my elders both at home and at school, and I always try to obey him. My teachers commend me for this, and I owe it all to my father.
My father is a cheerful and jovial person. He likes to make the people around him happy. So he has a number of good friends, and they all love and respect him. My father is a generous and kind person. He helps people in our neighbourhood. When anyone in our locality has a problem they seek his counsel.
My father also teaches the poor children in a slum nearby. The children love him and are delighted to be with him and learn from him. My father is my role model and I want to be like him.
My Father Paragraph – 7 (400 Words)
My father stands tall among men. He lives by great principles and I am proud of him. He is very honest and courageous. He will not grudge any trouble he may have to undergo to be on the side of truth.
My father is my ideal. He is a hard working person. He always completes his work on time. He believes that the busiest man has the greatest leisure. He proves it in his own life. Though he is a very busy person, he makes sure to take time out to take us on outings to interesting places. He loves to write, and he pens travelogues and poems. When we go on an excursion or a holiday he enjoys writing about the different places that we visit. His travel writing makes pleasurable reading.
My father also loves reading. He is a voracious reader, and has an enviable collection of books in his library. He is particular about keeping the books neat and tidy. His books look like new. He is strict with me and lets me read his books only if I can keep them neat and clean. My father is disciplined. He sticks to his schedule and is always punctual. He insists that I should be on time. He is very strict about this and so I try my best to be punctual.
My father is good natured and very friendly. He is peaceable. He does not like to quarrel with anyone. He not only likes to stay happy, he also makes people around him happy. He is helpful to anyone who may need his help. If he is unable to help, he is courteous to say so. He is always polite. He believes in the power of words, and makes sure his words do not hurt anyone.
My father likes to play different sports. He also encourages his friends to play any sport of their choice to stay fit and healthy. He wakes up early in the morning and does not stay up late at night. Early to bed and early to rise is a maxim he follows for good health. He uses the early morning hours to practice meditation and brisk exercise. My father wants me to be a good human being with high morals. I love my father. I want to make my father proud of me, and I am willing to work hard for this.
——– Written by N. KALYANI
“My Mother, my idol”…..
I looked up to my mother, one who knew everything, always had a solution to everyday problems, a pianist, an opera singer, a community volunteer, involved in social causes and supportive of her six children’s dreams and accomplishments. That is (was) my mother! Without fear, she would prepare gourmet meals for social gatherings of no less than 100 friends and family; too many times to count. She mastered new skills to near perfection from becoming an accomplished tennis player to a virtuoso pianist… nothing stood in her way of accomplishing her goals, strive for love and happiness for her family and all of the people she loved. Her charm, self-assurance and positive outlook and influence were contagious and she went out of her way to help people in need.
Today at 78 years of age, she is still driven, if not obsessed, with slowing the aging process through healthy eating, mind puzzles and more importantly in her numerous physical activities (swimming 80 laps a day, walking/running, golfing and as a yoga/pilates instructor for seniors in her complex). She is also totally aware of her cognitive decline manifested by word searches, short-term memory lapses and difficulty in following simple instructions. She is less aware of her repeated stories in a short period of time. All her married life, she was the designated driver for short and long trips, but now my father has taken control of the car keys, which she has somewhat accepted as a gesture of pure love. At age 86, this man, my father, is now facing a new life and needing to take on a more nurturing and caring role of the woman of his dreams.
Although in early stages of cognitive decline, her understanding of “what is happening” has generated low confidence, low self-esteem; she now refers to herself as being “stupid” and apologizes for this. In later stages, she may be blessed with complacency and less self-critical judgment but in the meantime, I would like to know how to help her regain her confidence in the midst of these evolving changes. I believe that confidence and a sense of autonomy to make ones decisions is a very important area of focus and that its absence can lead to depression, isolation and deep sadness.
Please help me help my mother regain some assurance, provide her the dignity she deserves now and for the future and prevent what I believe are preventable psychological problems.
She will always be my idol! Thank you!
Cliff: Dear “My Mother, my idol”………..What a loving tribute to a remarkable person! I hope your mother gets to hear this from you directly. But you’re describing a very painful reality. Recognizing that a parent is losing brain and cognitive capacity hits home where it hurts most. We are more likely to both recognize and accept their physical decline, but when memory and other cognitive functions start to go, it seems as if they themselves are leaving us. In your mother’s case, memory decline is causing her to lose confidence……the confidence that made her fearless in her activist approach to life.
Is there anything to be done? First, we can’t assume that she’s developing dementia. It’s true, that the changes you see in your mother could well be caused by Alzheimer’s disease. But many other medical and psychological problems can cause these problems as well. Your mother needs a medical assessment by her primary care provider to document cognitive impairment and rule out the common causes of memory loss and confusion in older adults.
If this initial evaluation confirms that there is a problem that is not due to an obvious medical or psychological problem, then referral to a specialist in either geriatrics (primary care provider with special training and certification in care of seniors) or dementia (geriatric or neuropsychiatrist. behavioral neurologist or neuropsychologist) should be considered for more detailed assessment to derive a specific diagnosis.
I’m a believer in getting an accurate diagnosis. I think people have a right to know what is causing their symptoms, even in the case of dementia. Others might say that your mother’s confidence would really be shaken even further if she had a formal diagnosis of some dementing disease, such as Alzheimer’s disease. Most people accept the diagnosis with determination and courage. I’m sure your mother would too (if, in fact, that is her diagnosis……we can’t assume that without an evaluation). Whatever the diagnosis, it would bring information and understanding to a difficult, embarrassing situation for her. Instead of feeling “stupid”, as she does now, she would know she has a medical condition that deserves compassion and understanding from those around her. She’ll know she has work to do to maintain her mental functioning as long as possible. A few visits with a counselor may help with acceptance of this new reality. Beyond this, there are treatments available often help and should be tried. These include vitamin supplements, prescribed medications and both mental and physical activities. Good luck and let us know how it goes for her!