There are many undiscovered mysteries, the answers to which humanity hasn’t found yet. And it is natural that after losing its main function, a certain object ceases to exist. There are many proverbs and sayings that help us find an answer to this difficult question: we are what we eat, show me your company, and I’ll tell you who you are, etc.
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?
The answers to these questions can differ and change with the time.
Looking at a human from the biological aspect of view, one can say that his main purpose is procreation because man is mortal, but life must continue. What if one day our knowledge will allow opening the formula of immortality, and the constant continuation of the family will lose its meaning?
Knowing people is a way to broaden one's horizons, create new ideas and spread them.
My life is full of meaningful relationships and memories. I am my own person; a person who makes mistakes, laughs, cries, hurts, smiles and loves.
I am a student throughout life, not just in the classroom.
I am a person who makes many mistakes, but have the courtesy to learn from them and not make them twice.
Like all of us, my character possesses undisclosed potential, the prospect of improving the world, the chance to make it much more interesting and diverse than it is now. I can be a lawyer or a doctor, bold or scared, athlete or scientist, but I always remain a person.
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.