As my hobby, chess clears my mind while athletics make me healthy. My love for novelty makes me uncomfortable with normal rules.
I’d definitely not tell who I am without mentioning sportsmanship. My mum says I am selfish and that I always want everything to go my way.
Respect, principles, sportsmanship and leadership are some of them.
As a quick learner, I love to change every behavior that doesn’t make me a better person.
Yet, I’m still the person you will find in doing voluntary community work to help people.
I guess my self-esteem is too high for people to put down.
And the older a person becomes, the more such questions he or she has. But should I talk about my character, about my personality, my experience or knowledge?
It all depends on your choice, your experience, or situation. But the most important questions are those that we ask ourselves standing in from of the mirror alone. But if you do not dwell on this and continue working further, there will be only more questions.
When I am asked who am I, I do not necessarily have to describe my personality or my character. That type of person who does not care about the fate of others. I want to give people warmth and try not to hurt them. It seems to me that each of us should be the cause of somebody’s happiness.
A person who wants to make the right decisions, but does not always cope with the task. And someday, I want to say boldly that I’m a man who has made the world a little better.