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Be good children is extremely difficult The children must listen to every word when the parents are trying to teach them but the parents words often are not reasonable to the children because the children have not enough experience to live a life in society Thus the children do not want to listen to their parents and sometimes they will against back to their parents Are there any children who against back to their parents will become good I have seen that is one of the reasons to cause the children to become bad Therefore I try as much as to listen to my parents when they try to teach me something And the most important lessons I learned from my parents are hard-working and honest A hard-working characteristic is hard to be performed Its characteristic is only for people who want to succeed in the future If a person who has a hard-working characteristic he or she can easily to succeed if he or she does something For example when my family was in Vietnam we were very poor My father had to ride a tricycle to earn money to support for the family from six AM to eight PM Why would he take a paint to do that kind of hard drive He wanted himself and us to have a better life in the future However when the fall of 2003 have begun I learn very badly especially my math subject I failed the first two tests and I didnt want to drop the course Then I have to try much harder to pull my grade up like my father tried hard to ride the tricycle and I have finally pulled it up to a C Another characteristic that is hard to be performed is honesty A person without honesty it would cause anything It would cause him or her to lose a job and it would cause no one want to believe
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