Who am I?

Learning about oneself is a process  that I find is not taken as seriously as it should. I think that if we all took the time out to learn about ourselves, the world would definitely be a better place to live.

I love taking personality tests, and even though they do not completely describe you fully, they are a good way to get a grasp on the kind of person you are ( if you are honest while taking the test that is...)

Where I come from, knowing yourself , being confident, and expressing yourself without fear or favour is not very popular. So what obtains usually amongst my peers, and even older people is a sad case of no originality and a bandwagon mentality. This is because its just viewed to be the *way things are done*

Simple examples are * women that smoke are bad * , *christian Women shouldnt wear trousers* *men would always cheat on their wives, and the women have to forgive them, because being married and being a Mrs. Somebody is the best thing that can happen to any woman *

Occasionally, I have started discussions with friends and family, and I find that not very many of them ever gave serious thoughts to these things mentioned above, but rather accepted it as the norm.

Now, tell me how much nicer the world would be if we only tried to learn more about who we really are as individuals, and maybe we can make great impacts on the society at large.

Buks Buks
26-30, F
Apr 18, 2008