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I don't know how to start this, and even if I did start something, I also don't know how to end it. I just know that I don't usually talk about
myself...much. Most especially in writing. Well, people wouldn't really know a person by just reading from a few line of text... that's just not it (Though we may get ideas).
I mean, I can say whatever I wanna say here and you may believe me for you have no way of finding out if it’s true or not... unless, you already know me personally, or you know a person who knows all about me... and you may only know something about me but not all... not the deepest recesses of my being...hehehe...but, that's the point.
Nevertheless, I'd still feed you some of my info's.
I'd rather people know me personally than talk about myself, which would only make them think that I'm a snob. But I'm not! It's just that, I usually shy away during the first acquaintances with people, but when I get to know or get used to a person, they'll know that I'm not so bad a person after all. You'll see the jolly 'ol me and how enthusiastic I can be.
I'm basically an easy going & down-to-earth kinda guy (Which doesn't mean I don't get totally stressed out about stuff ...because I mostly definitely do. ;)
My personality is kinda introverted ...meaning I'm generally very shy, soft-spoken and "quiet." Course...that's how I initially seem to those who don't know me. When I'm around my friends I'm not shy or "quiet" at all.
Humility, benevolence, compassion and openness to new ideas are traits that I most admire and hence try to emulate. I've had a pretty interesting life and have enjoyed pretty much every minute of it. No regrets.
I try, whenever possible, to look forward and not backward -- To learn from my mistakes and move on. My general philosophy is that life is way too short, so I try to live everyday as if it were my last. Helps put things in perspective I think…also helps me understand what really is important in life and what isn't.
I am still determined to be cheerful and happy, in whatever situation I may be; for I have also learned from experience that the greater part of our happiness or misery depends upon our dispositions, and not upon our circumstances.