Intro in 3rd Person

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Introduction in 3rd person
Megan Norton’s Admittedly 3rd Person Biography
Born and raised on the quiet streets of Findlay Ohio. Megan Norton is a daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother, and a student. Despite all of these there is not one that completely defines her. Free thinking and agnostic she believes that there is not one voice or personality that is her definite self. Although she doesn’t go so far to believe that the self is so flexible that a midget can become an Olympic pole vaulter, or a mentally retarded child will become Albert Einstein's successor. But, she does believe it is flexible enough that a hardened criminal can later become a successful teacher, lawyer or businessman, or a learning disabled child can become a world-class professor. Believing that the potential within herself is limited, but not knowing for sure where her limits are. A good balance of realism and idealism helps test just how far she can go within her potential.

Megan fully admits that she thinks human beings do not have the capacity to fully understand God. It goes without saying, that humans do not have the capacity to fully understand the nature of reality. We are ourselves but a tiny part of a massive reality, which we can never get outside of to view fully. Therefore, if you ask for her opinion on the nature of reality, you will get a big fat "I don't know!” Again, her agnosticism shines through. She can, however, inform you that she has certain leanings, mostly away from certain interpretations of reality. Even as a part of something which she can't see the whole, she can make some pretty reasonable guesses as to what it is not, despite being unable to say definitively what it is. Considering herself open-minded, and not ruling out the possibility of anything. But when it comes to probabilities, those are a different story. She finds it highly unlikely, though possible, that people are talking to the dead, or that ghosts are haunting home in any direct fashion, or...
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