I wrote a paper based on the following. It was written better... Anyway:
Imagine a Venn Diagram. There's one circle with the title "My Truth." There's a second circle of equal proportions with the title "Their Truth." These circles are not touching. Both of the circles are inside a bigger circle entitled, "The Truth." I have my own opinions of myself. So does every single person that has met me. I can't possibly see myself from their perspective. Therefore, I do not have the same Truth that they have. But, both of these Truths make up who I am. Both of these Truths contribute to the The Truth that is me.
Anyway, the Truth of who I am varies at times but is fairly steady.
I think I am a decent person. I think I am overly sensitive. I think I can be smart but also horribly stupid. I'm willing to learn and work hard but I sometimes do the minimal amount of work to get by. Fortunately for me, my ****-poor attempts are almost always above average.
Animals are my passion in life. I feel so much for them it's not even funny. It's actually a little scary.
I love to read. I do not relate well to people that hate reading. I think they're missing out on something great.
I love to laugh. I have to have laughter in my life. I can find humor in almost anything. I will not be with someone that has no sense of humor. It just won't work. I know some girls say they want a sense of humor but really want a stud muffin... Well, I'd take the ugly humorous guy every single time.
Math makes me feel comfortable.
I think I'm a decent musician. I think I could be a whole hell of a lot better if I applied myself. I'm too self conscious to practice in front of people but I don't mind playing in front of an audience after weeks of practice.
I think at times I can be both too rational and too emotional.
I'm short and not that great looking but I think my personality makes up for my physical shortcomings.