He is a real-life Moonlight Graham, a man who has shown me that characters like Dr. Finch do much much more than elicit tears and smiles from readers and movie watchers.
She manages to impress the reader with her travel experience, volunteer and community experience, and commitment to learning without ever sounding boastful or full of herself. They are Attacus Finch from To Kill A Mockingbird and Dr. They appeal to me because they embody what I strive to be. Graham, but soon I'll be entering the adult world, a world in which I'm not yet prepared to lead.
They are influential people in small towns who have a direct positive effect on those around them. Graham are strong supporting characters in wonderful stories. When the story of my town is written I want to symbolize those things. I'm quite sure that as teenagers Attacus Finch and Moonlight Graham often wondered what they could do to help others.
Everything that my mother has ever done has been overshadowed by the thought behind it.
While the raw experiences I have had at home and abroad have been spectacular, I have learned to truly value them by watching my mother.
While she attended meetings, I helped with the Summer Program by chasing children around the building and performing magic tricks.
Having finally perfected the "floating paintbrush" trick, I began work as a full time volunteer with the five and six year old children last June.
Growing up with such a strong role model, I developed many of her enthusiasms.
I not only came to love the excitement of learning simply for the sake of knowing something new, but I also came to understand the idea of giving back to the community in exchange for a new sense of life, love, and spirit.
She has enriched my life with her passion for learning, and changed it with her devotion to humanity. Comments: The topic of this essay is the writer's mother.
In her endless love of everything and everyone she is touched by, I have seen a hope and life that is truly exceptional. However, the writer definitely focuses on herself, which makes this essay so strong. Harvard, Favorite fictional character Of all the characters that I've "met" through books and movies, two stand out as people that I most want to emulate.