Wow -- how to answer this without sounding pompous? (1) I am extremely directed once I set my mind on something; (2) Self-sufficiency has always been very important to me and I strive to maintain it; and (3) fairness in interactions with others is of prime importance to me -- stay out of other folks business! Although not main stream traits all three of these have been my life rules for over 60 years and I also admire them in others.
Three qualities: (i) To speak the truth,
(ii) To be disciplined in everyday works of life.
(iii) To be helpful to the needy.
I set goals that are attainable and reaching them motivates me. I look positively at life. I am a family person and try to support them at all times.
one- i take full responsibility for whatever happens to me.
two-i have the capacity to compartmentalize my mind in times of stress and can stay happy even if there is a serious problem the next day.
three- i trust my system to find solutions to whatever problems i might encounter.
I am faithful, loyal and honest, I have a kind heart and I always enjoy making people smile. I guess that's what I like most about myself.
The ability to dream big, forgive fast and be flexible enough to respond to change accordingly make my life easier to live and enjoy it more:)
I like the fact that I'm a person of integrity, passionate about people and a good listener. Yeeep! I think I'm pretty rock star.
Only three things? Haha! 1- I like that I could laugh at myself and I find humor in almost anything. 2- I like that I have empathy for others, even if it could be rough at times 3- I have a voice and I'm not afraid to use it to right a wrong.
Great question, although most writers would love to answer it in a complete hub. Let's see: #1) I'm loyal to friends (and can't understand those that aren't), #2) I do my best to see things for what they are (instead of what they're presented as) and I'm not afraid to stand up to anyone when untruth's or double standards are what is seen (which has gotten me in trouble many times, and probably will continue to do so in the near future), and #3) I love to love and hate to hate (there's so much in this world to love if everyone would get rid of the hate within themselves).
Please do us all a favor and don't ask us the same question in the negative. Three answers will not be enough, by any means, as least for myself.
My loyalty and devotion to friends and family no matter what, empathy for those in need, and trying to always see the lighter side of everything....so I guess I'm loving, empathetic and cheery
Good sense of humour, I spend a lot of time laughing and smiling
I am loyal and loving to my friends and family
I am a straight talker, what you see is what you get )
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