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Topics: Meaning of life, Easter Bunny, Easter Pages: 2 (585 words) Published: October 16, 2014
Timothy Schumock
Period 1, A-Day
The Characteristics of Me

Values’ of people may never be found. Luckily for me, I discovered my three most- prominent aspects of my personality. Dependability, well I would say that I am reliable no matter how swamped I am. Contributing to others and the world itself is a life-goal of mine you could say. Even though I have an endless amount of values, my third characteristic is the purpose and/or meaning of life. As you can see, these are only the raw facts that make up my personality that will be vindicated later on.

Dependability, others might say is a quality of being a reliable person to others when they are in a time of need. For example, my brother has had countless times where he just can’t get that darned lid of the peanut-butter jar. Luckily for him, I had been a reliable resource and twisted the lid off for him. Like I have helped my brother in the past, my parents have used me as a reliable “helper” in the family. Even though I am occasionally a reliable person when it comes to chores there are always times when my parents think lesser than me when it comes to household jobs. Overall, I think that being reliable in certain situations is an important feature to anyone’s personality, so that they can learn to potentially help others.

Since I was a young lad, contributing to the world and to others is my second attribute, and a fine one at that. I have been eager to change the perspective of others since I was a young lad. In the past, I have changed what my brother perceives nowadays. Recently, I have changed his snobbish personality towards Santa, into him seeing Santa as a grand fellow who breaks into your home, leaving you with presents. Just like Santa, The Easter Bunny was another character my brother disliked from early childhood, I mean who else dislikes hollowed-out chocolate eggs. In the end, I had my brother later realize that the “Easter Bunny Economy” was at an all-time low, and couldn’t afford...
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