Topic: Children’s Elocution/Speech on ‘My Brother- My Role Model’
Duration: 5 Minutes
Speech Prepared by: Mrs.Preetha Vijay Kumar, Kuwait
Delivered by: Arnav VijayaKumar, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan,Kuwait
When one is asked of who is your role model, normally people name some famous personalities. But for me my brother has been my biggest role model. We have an age gap of 8 years but this age gap has helped me in many ways. Always wanted to do what he did. He is unique, honest, friendly and intelligent. He is very determined, all through his studies he has never been for any tutions. He wanted to achieve everything with his hard work and effort that is why he did not agree to take a paid seat for medicine. His ambition is to be a surgeon and serve 3 days a week in the rural areas.
He is always pleasing, kind hearted and open minded to others. His ability to pass on positive energy to those whom he deals with is amazing. He can mingle with a age groups, all the kids in our bus enjoy being with him. He would spend time with senior citizens and make them laugh and happy. He respects elders and is humble in his approach. He is very devotional, fasts on Mondays and reads holy books daily morning. He is always precise on the subject he talks and inspires others to apply the knowledge in daily life. He is very easy going, doesn't take tension for anything. I have never seen him argue with dad and mom. He is so helpful that on the day of exams also he lends his books to his friends.
To be honest sometimes I envy him, when everyone keeps praising him for his attitude and behavior, many family friends tell their kids look at Pranav be like him. Even when we come for the PTM, all the teachers and principal sir speak so good about him. He encourageous me to take up challenges and adopt positive thinking to be a better person. He has supported me and cheered me through all my problems. Brought in me the passion for reading and to love books. He motivates me to draw and has taught me to be courageous while we are on the sports ground. I influence me in making right choices.
He is very poor in dressing, whenever anybody comments on that he simply says swami Vivekananda has said that the tailor is not who makes a gentleman its ones character.I am really lucky to have a brother like him