What am I like?

Essay by bofeiJunior High, 8th grade September 2008

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I took an interesting quiz, and following is my result. I’m pleased with it, because the quiz was helpful for me to know what I am like .

I am an idealist. Somebody said that, I am an idealist. I don't know where I'm going but I'm on my way. I always expect the best out of people, because that is what I give of myself. Lots of people may have the same thought. I truly believe that it's always better to have a positive attitude!"Idealist:They are proud of themselves in the degree they are empathic in action, respect themselves in the degree they are benevolent, and feel confident of themselves in the degree they are authentic. Idealist types search for their unique identity, hunger for deep and meaningful relationships, wish for a little romance each day, trust their intuitive feelings implicitly, aspire for profundity. This is the "Identity Seeking Personality" -- credulous about the future, mystical about the past, and their preferred time and place are the future and the pathway.

Educationally they go for the humanities, avocationally for ethics, and vocationally for personnel work.

Social relationships: In their family interactions they strive for mutuality, provide spiritual intimacy for the mates, opportunity for fantasy for their children, and for themselves continuous self-renewal. Idealists do not abound, being as few as 8% and nor more than 10% of the population."In a sense, solitude is always accompanied with me. I can feel it now and again as well. But I don't think I must be solitary .In life, maybe when I meet some people with the same camp, thought or interest, I will taste the joy from it.

I truly believe that good can eventually happen out of all things, and think that it's a strangeMake sense of the world using inner valuesFocus on personal growth and the growth of othersThink of themselves as bright, forgiving and curiousMay sometimes appear stubbornI spend my life searching for my unique identity. The idealist prefers to think abstractly about the future and how issues will affect the people around him.

Finally, I think, it is not necessary to accept others' values, just understand them, although maybe we will hold our own views forever. Because understanding is the most precious thing in our lives. It is enough.

If you ask me what the best piece of advice you've been given? Never allow yourself to regret a missed opportunity.

That’s me---an idealist.