- I do not believe that anything you say about yourself can be anything more than an inaccurate representational account of the person you wish you were from a wistful perspective. So, I shall let others do the talking for me...
I have a telling monologue. It does not include name, sex, immunization record, social security number, and/or underwear color. It embraces the lawlessness of freedom of speech. Most people in this world are strangers. Most people in this world are not mind readers. I aim to make one less stranger with just a fleeting insight into my mind. Do you care what I write, of who and what is involved? Do you care what dirty diction I employ. I give you perspective. I give you voice, dimension, conviction, style, emotion. I give you, me.
"By far one of the most impressive people I know, you're not like the others who are your age, and while your 'rogue' like ways sometimes annoy people, I never find myself annoyed at all, I just laugh and enjoy watching you do your own thing, maybe you're a little too much like me and will end up taking all the hard roads but you're built to deal with it." - Adam
"I've learned that people tend to only focus on their short comings to avoid dealing with the fact that they in fact have good things about themselves. I see in you a delightful, talented, determined, loyal, loving, caring, giving, selfless, intuitive, intelligent, knowledgeable, charismatic, funny, and beautiful young woman. So what if you have some short comings with temperament, you eventually calm down and move on with your life, as it should happen. I admire so much about you- that includes the character flaws my dear- that it is almost silly in itself." - Thomas