The Quietest Person
This is one of the worst nightmares for me, as I am a shy person.


Question Analysis for July 17

  1. In what era would you like to live?

This is such a thought-provoking question! Now, as much as I would like to see for myself how was life like in the Middle Ages or in ancient times, I don’t know if I would have the courage to do it or give up from some modern innovations we enjoy the benefits from. I think that the furthest I could go back is in the 1960s, so recent history would be the most suitable answer.

  1. How do you start a conversation with a stranger you would like to make friends with?

Asking simple and not too personal questions to get to know them better. That usually implies getting the same questions from them, and there you have a decent starting conversation.

  1. What do you think it is more important to find a balance in?

From all those things, I think people cannot find a balance only between illness and health. A person is either healthy, or ill. It is something over which we cannot always have an absolute control, as different health problems depend on different factors. As for the other pairs, I will give my vote to poverty and wealth, even though I am pretty sure it won’t be among the top answers. I just think that many people cannot determine the golden mean between the two: as more as they have, as more as they spend and need. And before they know, they have become greedy and obsessed with earning even more. We just have to know when we have enough and fully enjoy what we have.

  1. How do you think we can change our world?

The moment people stop chasing material goods, the world will start changing for better. If we take a look at human history, we will see that all wars, murders and bad things; all natural disasters; almost all everyday incidents have happened and are happening because of wealth and material goods, directly or indirectly. But are people able to live without material stuff?

  1. Have you ever had a dream in which you were locked up somewhere or even buried alive?

I can’t remember of such a dream, but the feeling sounds familiar. I have probably dreamed of it.

  1. What is the water in your dreams?

When I dream of water, it is usually some river or a lake with still blue water that makes me feel peaceful and calm.

  1. How do you recognize a sociopath?

I think they use their appeal to reach their goals and do not care about the consequences or hurting other people’s feelings.

  1. Choose one of the options:

I would like to start over, but only from a certain point in my life. I would not annul my entire life, that’s a sure thing!

  1. Choose one of the options:

“I feel pretty good” is the only option I can agree with, fortunately.

  1. How do you think what you admire in others?

What I admire the most in others is calmness, probably because I usually lack it. Calmness in certain situations when I would rather beat someone in the best-case scenario.
On the other hand, narcissism is definitely something I would never admire for.

  1. The others do not understand about you…

The fact that I can sometimes explode. In fact, we all have right to such “episode”.

  1. What is your position in the relationship?

I like to play open and expect the same from my partner.

  1. How do you behave being alone in an unfamiliar society / large gathering of people?

This is one of the worst nightmares for me, as I am a shy person. In cases like those, I’m usually quiet, greet people when I see them, but talk only when asked something. Not recommend it, however.

  1. At work, you are ...

I’m trying to be focused on my work and do it properly.

  1. The surrounding criticizes you mostly for:

As I mentioned, I am a shy person and don’t get to meet people, make contact with people or make friends easily. If you add to it that I am usually the quietest person on big gatherings, you can guess it’s my unsociability I get criticized the most for.

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Dec 31, 1969
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