BY LACHLAN BROWN
You hate to disappoint people, and breaking people’s trust is the last thing you want to do.
You try your best not to keep asking for help from people around you because you know that all of us have our own burdens to bear.
Instead of ending friendships over differences, you instead decide to tolerate them and even try to understand their point of view.
Instead of stooping to their level, you either keep on holding the high ground or leave if you see that continuing to engage with them will accomplish nothing.
You’re not perfect, and you don’t expect others to be either.
You’re willing to stick your neck out even when nobody else is willing to anyway.
You’d rather give people the benefit of the doubt and look for the best in them.
You do your best to hold yourself back from hurting others.
You try to find ways to cheer others up whether it’s by sharing a meme, cooking a good meal, or giving someone chocolate when they’re feeling down.
If you’re a genuinely good person, you’d keep asking yourself “am I really a good person?” and try to be the best you can be.