Individuals, society and people

@healwell (1268)
Ahmedabad, India
June 26, 2007 9:13pm CST
Few people are so highly individualist, few are highly social and rest of the people are in between! What do you think about yourself? I mean what's your aproach, individual or social or mixed? What's your attitude?
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@missak (3311)
• Spain
30 Jun 07
I am higly individualist, usually scared of society, since my ideas never get understood but almost rejected and so society don't has a nice place for me. I am working now on improving this relation so that I get a more balanced attitude...
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@liranlgo (5748)
• Israel
27 Jun 07
Well that's an interesting post you opened here heal. I am individual, i do not know if you can define me as an high individualist, but does it really matter? I know that in my younger years, people were having a hard time accepting me, and i always knew that i was different, but i really did not understand why they had this difficulty. So i just developed me social tools, and now i can connect with every person socially. I just find it so interesting, learning each person, and joining his world and yet not abounding my individual self. I can give, listen and laugh and cry with people, and i think that is the most important quality that i really represent to myself. :)
• Pakistan
27 Jun 07
Aadaab/Salam/ Namastai, Individualist could gain much from their loneliness. They could creat. They could be scientist, poets, thinker etc. Social people work for their social status. They feel pleasure in rush of people. They like to meet each other. Mixed people are mixture of social and individuals, as I learnt. As concerned myself I feel and find myself as individul coz I am sitting here in a dark room of my home and talking to you dear healewll.
@lifeluver (743)
• Canada
27 Jun 07
Hello again, Healwell. For me, I am more of an individualist although I do a little bit of socializing as well. I find I get very tired if I socialize for a few days then I have to take a break and be by myself for awhile to absorb what I learned from my experiences. A few years ago, while I was going through a spiritual process, I would go for a walk in the morning and then have to "hibrinate" for a few days because I would learn so much and with each experience came new knowledge. It is hard for me to explain here.