We live in a crowded world with diverse people. Despite our similarities, we are all unique. A person’s individuality gives them a sense of self. As a teen, I’m self-conscious. I’m a typical adolescent girl, but also unique. I am who I am due to my differences. I am a mid-twenties female. I’ve always wanted to be social since I was a child. I value friendship and enjoy meeting new people. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I enjoy discovering new places. I love nature. So whenever I go on vacation, I always invite my friends and family along. Traveling is one of my hobbies. I always have my camera ready to capture the most beautiful moments. When I’m sad, I look through my photos and recall happy memories. Just remembering those happy times and places makes me happy. I take my studies seriously and read non-textbooks in addition to my textbooks. My favourite books to read are autobiographies and mystery novels. I do extracurricular activities. I’m learning an instrument and hoping to make a living singing. My favourite music is Indian classical, semi-classical, and Bollywood songs. I love melodic songs. I regularly participate in school musical and cultural events. As a student, I have won several inter-school competitions. It was an experience I will never forget. Every person has positive and negative traits. I’m a natural night owl, so early mornings are out. Getting up early helps me be more productive. Even so, I enjoy sleeping in later on vacation. I’m a dreamer and a doer. I want to teach. Teachers inspire and guide students, in my opinion. I want to inspire others to do good. Even though I am an individual, I play many roles throughout the day. These roles constantly change my behaviour and attitude. Changes my personality in many ways. As a family member’s daughter, I try to listen to my parents and follow their advice. They are proud when I do well in school. They chastise me when I don’t do what they say. My parents love me and spend a lot of time with me. I feel the same way about them. Since I can remember, my parents have been my primary source of self-worth. Second, I have two siblings. My family has an older sibling. He watches over me and leads me to success. My brother is also a friend. We spend a lot of time with our friends and family laughing and playing games. Our love, care, and even fights help form this beautiful bond. Also, I am a college student. Our teachers are always trying to help us find our own path in life. They want us to be honest about our ambitions so we can excel academically. Our teachers instil moral values. I strive to be a reliable student who finishes assignments on time and does well in school. Like my teachers, I respect and obey my teachers. My teachers are always willing to help me improve and learn from my mistakes. Everyone’s favourite role is that of a pal. I have many friends. My favourite activities are moving out and socialising. We are always willing to help one another in need. We share joy together. Having friends is great. To make my friends feel special, I always wish them a happy birthday. Life is a discovery journey. Every day brings new people and situations. Throughout our lives, we meet new people and learn new things about ourselves. Our tastes evolve as we age. Our outlook on life changes as we age and gain experience. It’s never been easier to figure out who I am and what I want to do.
I consider myself a person with high aspirations for the future. My father, a doctor, has always been a role model to me. Assisting in the hospital has seen him forego family vacations and other free time. My father’s explanations for his absences used to irritate me. When I was a kid, I had no idea why. I always wish him well when he leaves for work now because I know what he does is more important than games. Everyone respects him because he saves lives every day. In the future, I hope to follow in my father’s footsteps and help those around me. I think I sympathise. I’m rarely enraged because I try to understand people’s actions. I always see things from their perspective because I put myself in their shoes. A better understanding of the world has made me a better person. Empathy and patience are required to be a good person and a good doctor. I am adamant about that. I am convinced that God and supernatural power exist in our universe. Growing up in an orthodox brahmin family, I was taught religious and spiritual values. These values have always been a springboard for my personal growth. It makes me think twice before making a mistake I’ll later regret. My fear of God has made me a good person. I’m an ambivert, which means I enjoy both socialising and solitude. This trait has aided me in both academic and personal pursuits. My friends and I study together when a subject is too difficult to study alone. When I want some alone time, I like to read or play the guitar.
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