50 questions that will free your mind – part five

I just realised the final part on this questionnaire series will be posted a few days after I finish my first year at university. Coincidence or not? Enough with the rambling, time for you guys to find out more about me as well.

21. Would you rather be a worried genius or a joyful simpleton?
I’d rather be the joyful simpleton! Worrying to the extreme isn’t a healthy thing to do, so I’d rather live a simple but joyful life than worry about all these tiny kinds of things.

22. Why are you, you?
I am ‘me’ because I was born this way, shaped by my environment and all of the experiences I had up until now. No one in this entire world did everything in the exact same order as I did, so that means that no one is the same as me. I am ‘me’, the only ‘me’ walking around on this earth.

23. Have you been the kind of friend you want as a friend?
Without sounding overly cocky, I have. I try my hardest to always stay polite and be reasonable when it comes to people. Not only because that’s a nice thing to do, but also because you never know people their stories.

24. Which is worse, when a good friend moves away, or losing touch with a good friend who lives right near you?
We currently live in the digital age where people their hands seem to be glued to their Smartphones and everyone has Whatsapp or somethingsimilar, so I’d say it’d be to lose touch with a good friends who lives near me.

25. What are you most grateful for?
This is a really hard thing for me to answer. Not because I’m never grateful, but because there a many, many things I’m grateful for. ‘The most grateful’ sounds very daunting, since I always pay attention to the small things. If I had to say anything, it’d be the fact that I live right here, right now with the people I love.

Wait? Did any of you notice that that was question 25 already? We’re halfway there! Time really seems to fly when you fill out these kind of questionnaires.

 

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