Who am I?
There are times wherein I ask myself, “Who am I?” and “How do I define me?” I pause for a moment, and then I realize that I am just an ordinary person, just like any other people out there. But each and every one of us has their own genuine self. Before everything, I would like to introduce myself first. I am Lindy Karina U. Saducos. I am a person with a lot of dreams and goals set in mind. I am an idealist. I read books and watch Asian Dramas as a hobby. I hate ketchup and mayonnaise and I don’t like it when there are more than two meals on my plate because I like it clean. I use fork as my spoon, and spoon as a fork. I am a very nice and generous person. I don’t like giving a bribe when I ask people for a favor. Instead, I give it to them as a gift. Because when something is given earlier, it is a bribe. And when something is given after, it’s a gift. I am honest and I speak for the truth. I am trustworthy. Your secrets are safe with me. When a peer of mine is feeling blue, I’m truthfully not the kind of person who can comfort someone, but I always think of them and care for them in the other ways that I can. I do not betray my friends, I keep and respect them, because they’re worth a gem.
Some people call me weird. I may be loud at times. I tend to make jokes on people. I screw up on things every now and then. I’m probably not the smartest person you could ever know. Others may think I’m funny and playful. while others think I’m just being exasperated. I can become insensible sometimes, causing me to unconsciously hurt people from the words I say.
But on the inside, I am very afraid. I am very quiet. Because what’s left is just myself. I do not like sharing my secrets and my thoughts and I’d rather keep them to myself because I do not have enough courage to speak for it. I think about life situations more than what people expect. I want to solve my problems on my own if there’s an opportunity.
There are times wherein I ask myself, “Who am I?” and “How do I define me?” I pause for a moment once again, and then I realize that we are all extraordinary. In every single way.