Who are you?

June 10, 2009 5:10am CST
There are many things that you can acquire in life and things that you can achieve and aspire, but they don't define who you are. Can embellishments or decors define character? All these acquisitions in life can only dress you up and people can only see you up to a point. There is always something special within you that only you can touch and have the power to let it shine through to others.
4 responses
@ucue2008 (926)
• Malaysia
25 Jun 09
I don't believe that embellishments or decors define characters, but it did show something about you. Until recently I begin to know myself better, someone that I never know exist in myself. I know now I choose a wrong profession and miss many great things in life. I'm trying to catch up with what I have been missed. But still, I cannot define myownself completely now.
• China
12 Jun 09
Yes,I completely agree with you. Sometimes when I sit with myself only,I touch the true me. Nobody can know what you are thinking,or what you really want to do.Only yourself can. When you are happy apparently,you might not be happy. Only you can know the ture feeling of you,only you can tell what you really want. I know what I want and I know that quite clearly. But I don't thingk that's quite good. I think I am the person who think about too much things. I AM TIRED....BUT!BUT! I'm optimistic,so i can overcome adversity^^
@eileenleyva (12390)
• Philippines
11 Jun 09
You are correct. Outside appearances do not define character.
@flzmlady (418)
• China
10 Jun 09
its kinda of difficult to define my self,what to say? i am a girl of 24years old like to study but love to play when i am busy i dont like some botheringme but when i have leisure i would rather to be bothered by someone