The foregoing notwithstanding, the bases that give rise to the very unique personalities remain distinct and can always be identified when need arises. That though that facets of the question at hand seems broad, infinite and divergent, I never shy away from answering what truly defines me as an individual: My name is ______; a simple, 41 years old Vietnamese, with lots of love to share with every human being in existence. I live a non-sophisticated life of no prejudice, for I know for sure that life in itself is short, and that I should make the most out of it while still alive. Accordingly, I communicate and basically try to understand, and more importantly, feel the pain of others as I offer solutions/help to the best of my ability. I’ve a cheerful and energetic personality; I smile quite often, extending the very warmth of the smile to those in distress, thus, my participation in the numerous in volunteer events since childhood. I make mistakes, but never resign to fate; every experience, however good or bad, makes me stronger, for life is but a series of learning experiences. Knowledge is all around me, and so I strive discover new things every single minute that I live.
Q.2 How do you feel about who you are? Explain. This is a reflection of your self-esteem. You may find that it varies depending on what you are referring to (i.e. being a student versus a boy/girlfriend; ethnic identity; SES). Also include your score on The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Inventory and what it means.
As a human being like any other, I believe that I am my own person, and thus have absolute respect for myself and inert capabilities. I have and will always remain positive in times of distress, and that nothing can ever ruin my self-esteem. I am confident in the person I have developed so far and that no amount of negativity can ever change what I feel and believe about myself. I haven’t always been the brightest bulb in the box or the popular one of the class