We are all set to be a little different, but as human beings, all of us have something that we all crave. That is what separates us from the animals - we humans are designed to want something more, and to enjoy something more. Whether it's knowing that a new relationship or business opportunity will give us some fun, or if it's getting the kick out of an exciting movie, or if it's just finding a new food or drink.
So how does the individual personality play into this? How do the people around you affect your image, your ego? How does a person's personality impact your psyche? And what are the potential consequences of how you feel about yourself based on how you feel about other people?
Looking beyond our appearances and personality traits, we do have similarities. If it were the case that we were all exactly alike, it would be difficult to talk about the differences between us in polite company. The fact that we are all unique does not mean that we are not friends and we are all encouraged to express our thoughts, opinions, feelings, and beliefs. It would be impossible for anyone to talk about personality differences between groups of people who have little in common other than a certain amount of blue and green in their hair.
We see things differently. The way I see my work matters and how you perceive it matters as well. Please think about that before dismissing someone's writing as "lacking in thoughtfulness". It's all the work in the world. Please know that each person is unique. No two individuals are ever exactly alike. Each of us looks different, has a different attitude, needs, goals, priorities, likes and dislikes, and we are all motivated by different things
This is not a problem, because we all have our own personalities. You are probably single and isolated, depressed, lonely, frustrated, depressed, frustrated, anxious, anxious, and so on. I'm sure many of you have been by yourself for the last month, spending your days, sleeping, thinking, reading, watching TV, writing, browsing websites, or talking to someone on the phone.
Of course there is also the business part, where everybody wants to get the best deal possible, keep the reputation, and succeed in their own personal pursuit of what they think they can get. I have never met anyone that genuinely didn't want to achieve great success, and did not see opportunities everywhere.
Regardless of these differences, we all agree we want to live life in the best possible way, to have as much fun as possible, and to be happier and healthier. The advantages and disadvantages of having positive, happy and healthy attitudes and beliefs about things like health, relationships, career, ambition, and finances is something.
It's easy to dwell on certain features, memories, habits, or activities that make us more of a certain type of person, but in the end we're all just real people. We all wish we could be more like our idealized version of ourselves but the truth is, we are more than the sum of our characteristics. It's important to remember that how others perceive us isn't really our biggest concern. Just do your best to become a good person and people will love you for it.