My dad was born in 14th April 1955 in Jamalpur, Bangladesh. My father name is Abdulla Hel hossain Bablu. Both his parents were Muslims. His father name is Abdullah and he was a typical Muslim. His mother name is ameena begum and she was a house wife.
Today, so many children go unnoticed and don’t receive the guidance one needs to be successful or even guidance just to survive daily. While many children strive and even encouraged to pattern themselves after entertainers, athletes, and political figures, my first role models have been my parents. I have been fortunate enough to have received proper guidance, love and support from my parents from childhood until now. Without my parents, I don’t think I would be half the man I am today. The unparallel love and support from my parents have played a tremendous part in shaping me into the individual I have become.
I grew up in a very loving and nurturing home.They encourage me to do is evident in their life as they work as a team to provide a stable home for my brother and me. I have seen my parents work hard in everything they do and watching them has inspired me to get the best education I can possibly get. Being raised in a positive environment, education has always been a priority among the importance of having goals, good work ethics, and an uncompromising character. I am motivated by these words. Thus, I have excelled academically throughout my school years, and my rapport with my peers, teachers, neighbors and co-workers have been both positive and productive. I am a young man of integrity and ambition.
My aspiration is to become a lawyer. I’ve always had the dream of enrolling in college and major in Pre-law. I know that the University of South Carolina will provide me with a great education and mold me into an even stronger individual in pursuit of my career. If accepted, I will always represent this institution in a manner that is parallel to its traditions and the purpose for which it was...