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i know it seems kind of self-absorbent to say you are nice, but after you experience putting others before yourself, you sort of recognize the word ‘nice’ as an emotion, not an adjective. I’ve given up bitching and gossiping, because really, all we are doing is judging, and I personally dont like being judged. I’ve learnt not to hold grudges and just to forgive and forget, and let everyone know that you can have that second chance. I’ve learnt to be patient, and not to pressure anyone into anything they dont want to do or say. I’ve learnt to keep my promises; some people fear that if they keep promises, it may hurt others, but really, if you dont want to let the other people find out about your promises, dont bring them up. Just live life and witness the beauty that is the trees and birds that live on our planet. I’ve learnt to be empathetic, and let other people feel comfortable and welcome in the friendship group that I have. Even if some other people may see them as a ‘leech’ or a ‘sheep’, i see them as a real live human being, with feelings just like the rest of us. I guess i like to make other people feel better about themselves because I was once a victim of bitchiness and being teased, but then i would spend hours on the phone bitching about that girl in our italian class. I soon realised that we are all unique individuals, who should be treated as equals no matter what they look like, what race they are or whether they have a chronic disease or not. I want to travel to africa in the future to help women, men and children who dont have the equal rights we have in our economically stable countries. Giving everyone a simple smile makes them feel happy, and it makes me feel ten times as happier. Finding my inner niceness has helped me find reconciliation with people i thought i could never have. Knowing that you’ve helped someone out makes you feel really good, it even helps your skin and hair! Seriously, i’ve never had greater skin up until this point!