The person I admire
Hard work was part of my life, but still she is smiling all the time I've seen her. My mother's sister and my aunt is the person who I admire the most. Her life can be a good example of a person who has suffered a lot, but never asked for help as asking for help was symbol of weakness for her. I know her since I was born, but I've understand her during last three or four weeks. She always advices me and her daughter that "Don't feel helpless in life and try to live your life in a way that people who are related to you can remember you with pride and respect.
My aunt lives in India. She is a typical Indian women and she said that she has always wanted to be what she is. She always wears "sari or "Salwar which are Indian traditional clothes. She is religious too. She always tells us history of our religion. The thing which I like the most about her is whenever she gives us advise she always told us "That's what I think that doesn't mean that you also agree with me . My uncle was a hardworking person and he also respects her a lot. She lives in a house which is small, but the way she has decorated it is amazing. She has the grate gift of creativeness. She has made lots of paintings and has decorated lots of pots to decorate her living room.
She has always tried to be as simple as she can and has spent less money as her financial status isn't so good. She wasn't even able to pay the phone bill so they discontinued using phone. She try to earn some money from mending people's clothes, so she could help my uncle. My mom had tried to offer her financial help, but she didn't take it. She told my mom that she appreciated that my mom cared for her, but her self-respect wasn't allowing her to take help. She never told her pain and suffering to anyone. She always said that life is not as easy as we think and if we are